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How-Tuesday: Get Things Done

Sep 6, 2011

by Laura Chin

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Spring might be known for cleaning, but fall is ripe for revitalization and renewal. Shaving a few seconds off your day might not sound like much, but those seconds will add up to minutes, those minutes will bleed into hours, and then those hours will turn into that distantly familiar, glorious thing called free time.

Here are my top tricks, shortcuts, and life hacks that I use to increase my productivity and make time for the things I want to do.

  • Daily Digest. I love Google Reader, an RSS aggregator that streamlines the way I consume the daily news. Instead of visiting hundreds of sites each day, Google Reader pulls new updates from my favorite blogs and websites into a single window. The content conveniently comes to me, rather than the other way around, enabling me to scan through more than 1000 articles and blog posts each day. When I’m on the go, I’ll use Reeder to quickly skim through content on my iPhone and iPad. I supplement with Instapaper, a bookmarking tool that allows me to save web pages in a mobile format so that I can read them later, even without an Internet connection.
  • Exit Strategy. Like any good New Yorker, I’ve got my commute down to a T. I know that I have to be at the back of the F train if I’m headed to the Etsy Labs in Brooklyn, and that I should be in the fourth car of the 7 train when I am heading home. But what about the subway stations that are less familiar? Exit Strategy NYC is a mobile app that compiles all the know-how and shortcuts of an experienced New Yorker and places it in the palm of my hand. It tells me which subway car I need to get on so that I am positioned to the closest exit, staircase, or transfer. I literally shave minutes off my daily commute and I never miss a transfer. It also puts an interactive MTA subway map, street map, and bus map into my pocket so that I rarely get lost. (I say rarely because I have a terrible internal compass. I get lost even when I have voice-navigated GPS instructions!)
  • To the Cloud! Do you have an inspiration board? I have an inspiration folder! Whenever I spy something creative online, I like to take a screenshot. Most of the time, I’ll want to share the image, but it’s a nuisance to upload the photo first or compose a whole email in order to send it to friends. Cloud is a Mac app that streamlines the process by automatically uploading screenshots I take to the web. It then copies the direct image URL to my clipboard, making sharing images and links as easy as cut and paste.
  • Sleepcycle. This is pretty nerdy, but I optimize my sleep! Sleepcycle is an app that analyzes my sleep patterns based on how much I move. It then wakes me up in my lightest sleep cycle so that I get up feeling rested and relaxed, not grumpy and tired like when my normal alarm clock abruptly drags me out of a deep sleep. My favorite feature of Sleepcycle is that it records your past sleep history, letting you track when and how long you sleep. It also generates Sleep Graphs so that you can see the trends in how often you shift from a deep slumber to a shallow sleep.
  • Post-it Notes. Digital is cool, but sometimes analog is best. Sometimes there’s nothing more effective at getting things done than a neon square of paper tacked on the side of your computer monitor. As much as I’d hate to part with my smartphone, pen and paper still play a huge role in the way I get things done!

What tools, systems, and hacks do you use to increase productivity?

143 comments

  • RareDesign

    RareDesign said 7 years ago

    With these tips and a clone, I might just get caught up one of these days! ;-)

  • myvintagecrush

    myvintagecrush said 7 years ago

    Thanks Laura! I could always use another hour or two in my day, maybe a few of these will guide me in right direction..

  • Colettesboutique

    Colettesboutique said 7 years ago

    Love the sleepcycle App idea! Sounds like a great idea.

  • petitor

    petitor said 7 years ago

    Post-it notes! They do their job so well. Cannot live without them!

  • scandivintage

    scandivintage said 7 years ago

    Slow down and so make it last. :)

  • MootiDesigns

    MootiDesigns said 7 years ago

    Ah, time management. There's a challenge. Thanks for the tips. Great post!

  • lindablumel

    lindablumel said 7 years ago

    LOVE the Sleepcycle app idea!!! Can't wait to check it out. Thanks Laura!!

  • mamif

    mamif said 7 years ago

    So many things that need to get done!

  • laurastark

    laurastark said 7 years ago

    I've got to try that Sleepcycle app. There really is an app for everything!

  • blueskyclouds

    blueskyclouds said 7 years ago

    I love a good old-fashioned list that I make out. Then I follow it, getting one thing at a time done and crossed off. It's especially good when you are overwhelmed with lots of things...helps you focus and break down what seems like an enormity of tasks...

  • elleestpetite

    elleestpetite said 7 years ago

    The sleepcycle app sounds amazingly unreal!

  • IndyspireArt

    IndyspireArt said 7 years ago

    I'm with you on Google Reader...love it.

  • jammerjewelry

    jammerjewelry said 7 years ago

    Interesting and delightful article, Thanks

  • Mclovebuddy

    Mclovebuddy said 7 years ago

    google reader and post-its are a must. i'd suggest: 1) an e-mail aggregator like mozilla thunderbird or forward all your gmail accounts into one and set up different filters; 2) also, check out mind mapping software/freeware (google it) to help you flesh out some of your ideas and brainstorms. i'll have to check out sleepcycle - sounds interesting.

  • teatimeandroses

    teatimeandroses said 7 years ago

    I love post-it-notes! Thanks so much for the tips♥

  • SpottedFish

    SpottedFish said 7 years ago

    that sleepcycle app sounds really interesting - will definitely check that out!

  • TillyBloom

    TillyBloom said 7 years ago

    Sleepcycle sounds wonderful, will give it a try!

  • DeepBlueNotion

    DeepBlueNotion said 7 years ago

    Great tips! Thanks for sharing!

  • aostudio9

    aostudio9 said 7 years ago

    Great tips, thanks for sharing!

  • BloomAndBarnacle

    BloomAndBarnacle said 7 years ago

    So I just installed sleep cycle, soooo excited to try it! If I can squeeze even 45 more minutes into my day and not be any more tired, that's amazing!Thanks for the tips.:)

  • Jalycme

    Jalycme said 7 years ago

    Great tips! Thank you for sharing. :)

  • BloomAndBarnacle

    BloomAndBarnacle said 7 years ago

    Just installed Sleep Cycle, can't wait to try it out! Thanks for the tip! Squeezing 45 more minutes out of my day and not feeling any more tired, amazing!

  • aostudio9

    aostudio9 said 7 years ago

    Working on that inspiration board, thanks for the tips!

  • SailThouForth

    SailThouForth said 7 years ago

    Although I am very much a pen-and-paper girl, I love the idea of the Sleepcycle app, especially since I am rarely ready for the day when my alarm goes off! I agree with blueskyclouds about making lists. I loooove crossing things off; it helps me feel that I’ve accomplished something.

  • sparrowgrey

    sparrowgrey said 7 years ago

    Great tips, thanks!

  • hoopdaloop

    hoopdaloop said 7 years ago

    very great tips! I also have a little journal that I carry around and jot ideas down and stick my post it notes in.... every little bit of organization helps!

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 7 years ago

    ah free time! I don't have much of that, must say as much as I like computers there's something satisfying about checking things off a list...

  • destroymodernart

    destroymodernart said 7 years ago

    As unorganised as I am I dont like the idea of my life being centred around a digital device...especially one that could stop working when you're depending on it. Much prefer paper noteboooks and pens. you can drop them and they dont die.

  • LoveAtFirstBlush

    LoveAtFirstBlush said 7 years ago

    I really enjoyed the video. Those are amazing tips! I definitely need to make more use of Google Reader instead of individually visiting blogs.

  • Lisarachel

    Lisarachel said 7 years ago

    If I find anything that inspires me I send it to my flir. so that I always can get back to the site and it double duties for people to see what I currently am making and back to my shop;)

  • BeatificBijoux

    BeatificBijoux said 7 years ago

    I'm so out of the loop. Google Reader seems tailor-made for me. Although then I'll have less of an excuse to sit on my rear in front of the computer instead of being productive...

  • tanyabond

    tanyabond said 7 years ago

    Totally agree about post-its...

  • dollfacecollectables

    dollfacecollectables said 7 years ago

    Yay Laura! Love the video. I'm really into Google Reader too & I use Evernote in the same way you use Cloud... for my inspiration folder.

  • GangGreeneCo

    GangGreeneCo said 7 years ago

    I've always been worried that I'll waste all of my time on Google Reader! I think it's time that I try and make more time. Thanks for these tips!

  • artoftam

    artoftam said 7 years ago

    yeah! thanks a lot! i'm also using post its, i like to strike things when i'm done!

  • squarepaisleydesign

    squarepaisleydesign said 7 years ago

    Nice tips. Thanks!

  • kabe001

    kabe001 said 7 years ago

    instead of the copy and paste. Use pinterest.com for your inspiration board. Makes it soooo much simpler to collect and categorize your items.

  • volson1

    volson1 said 7 years ago

    I've gone back to some analog writing, seems if its front of me, it gets done quicker...

  • MegansMenagerie

    MegansMenagerie said 7 years ago

    What a great post!!! Really needed this right now =) Thanks!

  • lauraprentice

    lauraprentice said 7 years ago

    so cute, now if only I had a smart phone... sticking to post-its here.

  • vintagewhatthefunk

    vintagewhatthefunk said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the tips... I do love checking off things I've accomplished! Laura is maybe the most adoreable etsy staffer! Love your Bear Rug looking blankie!

  • CabinCastle

    CabinCastle said 7 years ago

    thanks for some great inspiration!

  • beliz82

    beliz82 said 7 years ago

    Great tips !! Thank you for sharing :)

  • lorwich Admin

    lorwich said 7 years ago

    Thanks all! Glad you enjoyed the vid. FACT: The bear -rug-blanket-hat-cape is actually a fellow Etsy Admin's leftover Halloween costume! It lives in one of our conference rooms :-)

  • barefootSurfboutique

    barefootSurfboutique said 7 years ago

    Super inspiring, and just what I needed! Thanks for the tips... now I'm off to go find my post-it notes! :D

  • paramountvintage

    paramountvintage said 7 years ago

    thank you so much for this article. the number one problem i face from running my own business is time management. i truly will benefit from this!!!

  • ancagray

    ancagray said 7 years ago

    one of the best time-saving tips i've ever gotten: do it tomorrow. not as in procrastinating, but actually doing it tomorrow. for example, instead of checking my email 100 times a day and getting overwhelmed with trying to answer all new messages, i set an hour in the morning when i check and respond to all of yesterday's mail. it's amazing how well this works !

  • ImSoVintage

    ImSoVintage said 7 years ago

    I still get a great deal of satisfaction from checking things off my list.

  • ajsoftail

    ajsoftail said 7 years ago

    I definitely do the post it note on the computer screen. My screen actually looks like a lion with a colored mane at the moment.... I have so many in so many colors!!!

  • TheZestyDesk

    TheZestyDesk said 7 years ago

    That sleepcycle app sounds cool...off to check it out. Thanks!

  • NannyMadeandfound

    NannyMadeandfound said 7 years ago

    Isn't it weird that we live in a time-saving world...so many gadgets and gizmos that make our life simple, yet we struggle to find enough hours in a day! I work a full time job, have vendor booths, a house, husband, grandchildren, aging parents, am trying my hardest to manage a small etsy store....the list goes on and i'm usually exhausted and overwhelmed. having a few new tips to apply is a blessing. THANKS!

  • TwoChicklets

    TwoChicklets said 7 years ago

    Sounds like all of us in our home could benefit from sleepcycle! It sounds amazing. I need the reminder notes too! Thanks

  • TheBerryPress

    TheBerryPress said 7 years ago

    Thanks for all the great tips!

  • PoleStar

    PoleStar said 7 years ago

    Great tips! I used sleep cycle for a while too but I am kind of scared about not waking up in time, I think I also used it when I was pregnant which is not a good time to use that app! The Cloud is a great app thanks for sharing.

  • ElisaGomez

    ElisaGomez said 7 years ago

    Laura! What awesome apps! Thanks so much for the tips :)

  • sandboxcastle

    sandboxcastle said 7 years ago

    Interesting- i am going to have to check out that sleep app! and i completely agree- post it notes - the REAL ones - are the best reminders!

  • benjamineheath

    benjamineheath said 7 years ago

    Completely off topic: I lOVE the mobile version of your site. Great job on consistently turning out chic aesthetics.

  • madefromstash

    madefromstash said 7 years ago

    LISTS!! I'm a fiend for a wee jotter and a to-do list that I can cross off.

  • Parachute425

    Parachute425 said 7 years ago

    Exit Strategy is neat. We need that in Chicago - quick.

  • pukkacrew

    pukkacrew said 7 years ago

    this is exactly what i needed. trying to get started on etsy, and make it big, and starting college at the same time......not an easy task. time to manage time and get from 2 sales, to 2,000; after i finish my calculus that is.

  • bobbsytwins

    bobbsytwins said 7 years ago

    mmmm not too sure about the sleepcycle ap. I do worry about radiation from mobile phones and it has been advised not to have one even on your bed side table due to the potential cancer risks. I'm just saying ...

  • stealthfox

    stealthfox said 7 years ago

    After reading this I got google reader.. oh my god! Such a time saver!

  • adoreneko

    adoreneko said 7 years ago

    A calendar is good too. The kinds that hang on the wall. Great tips!

  • FauxFurPetBakery

    FauxFurPetBakery said 7 years ago

    Love these insightful tips and how you mix new and old school methods. Great job!

  • acraftywitch

    acraftywitch said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the tips. I'll have to try the Sleepcycle App. I never seem to get enough crafting done after work because I'm so tired.

  • KristyLynnJewelry

    KristyLynnJewelry said 7 years ago

    Great tips, thanks for sharing! Need to check out the sleepcycle!

  • TandJsoaps

    TandJsoaps said 7 years ago

    Going to check out that Sleepcycle App. I love Post it notes too. Wouldn't be able to function without them.

  • CassidysCottage

    CassidysCottage said 7 years ago

    A few great tips here! Thank you!

  • withlovemandy

    withlovemandy said 7 years ago

    Wow, sold on sleepcycle!

  • MadeinMogotes

    MadeinMogotes said 7 years ago

    Thanks Laura! Love the tips and the video. Some great advice.

  • domesticdebbie

    domesticdebbie said 7 years ago

    sleepcycle seems amazing. I found something similar for android that I am going to try out. And I still use post-it-notes like computers don't exist. They are so handy even in this digital age! Great tips all around.

  • mirthmarket

    mirthmarket said 7 years ago

    I have been using Sleepcycle for about a month now - it's fantastic! It's definitely helping me understand my sleep patterns more.

  • ChakarrJewelry

    ChakarrJewelry said 7 years ago

    I also need some tips for procrastination :)

  • katrinaalana

    katrinaalana said 7 years ago

    Great tips!

  • kawaiikatiie

    kawaiikatiie said 7 years ago

    I don't have a smart phone, So all i got from this was to use sticky notes... That wont save me much time at all! D': How am i supposed to manage my time?!

  • ClothandINK

    ClothandINK said 7 years ago

    Great thanks, I've just downloaded the 'cloud'

  • AKrzyArtworks

    AKrzyArtworks said 7 years ago

    Sweet!

  • ArtisEverything

    ArtisEverything said 7 years ago

    Great ideas ! Thank you so much for sharing...

  • Exit7treasures

    Exit7treasures said 7 years ago

    Great tips!!! THanks.

  • quiltytherapy

    quiltytherapy said 7 years ago

    I have to leave my house by a certain time or else I hit every light on my way to the grown up job. Leaves me less time to play on forums before I start work.

  • QualityStitchez

    QualityStitchez said 7 years ago

    Thank you Laura, I also keep a Journey of ways I shave TIME 2 add 2 my life, but it is always a great idea 2 read and add 2 the list we all learn from each other! Thank u! Never heard of Sleepcycle, good reading! And thumbs up on the good ole fashion way of paper and pen! Katee

  • Womensgirl

    Womensgirl said 7 years ago

    Great tips! Thanks for sharing!

  • CARUSSDESIGNZ

    CARUSSDESIGNZ said 7 years ago

    ChakarrJewelry the only thing I know about 'procrastination solutions' is called, Do-It-Now! Sometimes we have 2 get a bit angry and jump up and do it now!. It feels SO GOOD 2 get things done. Katee

  • pinkpurr

    pinkpurr said 7 years ago

    ooh! Was cynical when I saw the title of this one... how much more efficient can we make our lives, really? You realize how much of your time is wasted in the stage before panic, the stage when you are so overwhelmed by the day's work that needs to be accomplished - you suddenly find yourself unable to move or think. The need to stop, be human, go for a run and most importantly... gotta love that sleep cycle! Thanks for sharing!

  • Nostalgia

    Nostalgia said 7 years ago

    I love your tips =) I never knew we can save and send pictures like that. thanks so much for sharing

  • accentonvintage

    accentonvintage said 7 years ago

    Great tips!

  • Tokibow

    Tokibow said 7 years ago

    great!

  • PetitBijouxBoutique

    PetitBijouxBoutique said 7 years ago

    Sleepcycle!! Thanks, I'm definitely going to try that :)

  • Iammie

    Iammie said 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing.

  • brittanylaurendesign

    brittanylaurendesign said 7 years ago

    Great advice… thanks for taking the time so we can have more time heheh. I'm always jotting things down on a big clip board of paper. It feels so good to put a big checkmark next to something done :)

  • RoundRobinVintage

    RoundRobinVintage said 7 years ago

    Post it addict here

  • pasin

    pasin said 7 years ago

    thanks for some great inspiration!

  • upgradegr

    upgradegr said 7 years ago

    Excellent ideas! I do the same thing with the commute and post it! Sleepcycle also sounds fantastic!

  • flowersbythevase

    flowersbythevase said 7 years ago

    time flys when your having fun

  • stephanierichter

    stephanierichter said 7 years ago

    www.pinterest.com !!! forget screenshots and cloud. Only thing is the rest of the site - seeing other peoples pins - can be a serious time-suck. But if you only use to to 'pin' inspiration to you 'board/s' (and don't hunt around!) it is amazing and saves so much time by keeping your original link. I <3 Pinterest! xoxoxo

  • kathyjohnson3

    kathyjohnson3 said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the tips! Not only in the article but the posts too!!

  • ShoeClipsOnly

    ShoeClipsOnly said 7 years ago

    Love post-it-notes, the only trouble with them is if they fall off the fridge, get underneath, then during saturday cleaning you find it and go "oh yea"... Love your ideas, thanks for sharing!

  • ParisianDreams

    ParisianDreams said 7 years ago

    Lot of great ideas! I'll have to check out the google reader.

  • FiorellaJewelry

    FiorellaJewelry said 7 years ago

    each morning I make a mental list- of things I have to do, things I should do, and things I'd like to do. I think about this while still lying in bed, that state of mind seems to be most flexible for me, and as I lay there kind of brain storming or strategizing I often come up with all sorts of new ideas.

  • meluseena

    meluseena said 7 years ago

    Instead of taking screenshots, you can use Pinterest instead of 'cloud'. It's also an easier way to share with people who arent on macs. :)

  • TheSewingGin

    TheSewingGin said 7 years ago

    Great tips. I'll have to investigate the google reader.

  • greenappleworks

    greenappleworks said 7 years ago

    These are all good ideas, I keep a notebook and just write down my to do list everyday. I need an upgrade!

  • good4you

    good4you said 7 years ago

    awesome! i am totally getting the cloud app. geez, watching this makes me want to get an iphone! oh well, living in the countryside is a little different. but i would totally create a plant identification app to save time! peace.

  • oldworldprimitives

    oldworldprimitives said 7 years ago

    I like the Sleep Cycle idea - I need to try that!

  • BootsNGus

    BootsNGus said 7 years ago

    For the past 20 years I was busy all the time in a corporate job. I left that world in March of this year and I vowed to slow down my life. I will never be so busy that I need time saving tips, thankfully! But I love your ideas and I will pass them along to my family and friends who are always busy busy busy. :)

  • katecreativesalvage

    katecreativesalvage said 7 years ago

    I love the Sleep Cycle idea, the post it notes, and the cloud app. great tips I use sometimes when is something I HAVE TO DO, ASAP, a huge note on my bedroom lamp shade, I write with a marker a schedule for the next day also, the day before on my calendar "To do" list. thank you

  • pillowfactory

    pillowfactory said 7 years ago

    very useful, can never get enough tips!

  • TheScarfTree

    TheScarfTree said 7 years ago

    Some good tips! Thank you!

  • Hepstyles

    Hepstyles said 7 years ago

    Wow! I've read a lot of articles about organizing and getting things done because I need so much help in those areas, but this is great! You squeezed so many great tips into a short article! Thank you so much!

  • Hepstyles

    Hepstyles said 7 years ago

    Oh, yeah. I am a huge Pinterest fan also!

  • PiggieKisses

    PiggieKisses said 7 years ago

    Thank you so very much! XO

  • skybluemaine

    skybluemaine said 7 years ago

    Wow, what do you eat on a regular basis? I want your energy! Seriously want to know! Annie

  • goodbeads

    goodbeads said 7 years ago

    I often feel no much time to get things done,have to get a better arrangment ,thank for the tips!

  • DigiPixStudio

    DigiPixStudio said 7 years ago

    I'm getting the sleep cycle!!!! Thanks.

  • KKSimpleRegalJewelry

    KKSimpleRegalJewelry said 7 years ago

    Great tips. But I think I could use a bit more non tec with my time savers. Not everyone has access to those... but great ideas! ~KK~

  • KKSimpleRegalJewelry

    KKSimpleRegalJewelry said 7 years ago

    Very interesting! I think we could use some less tec things but interesting no less! Thanks, ~KK~

  • dekoprojects

    dekoprojects said 7 years ago

    You really have to live fast in NY. In my town there's no alternative to the buses. When winter comes they're usually 20 or more minutes late :|

  • CosmicRebirth

    CosmicRebirth said 7 years ago

    I learned a great way to audit your time in art school. For a week keep a written log of start and stop times of everything you do from morning till night. No matter how short the task, 1-2 minutes, log it! It can be a little daunting at first, but it gives you a minute to minute breakdown of how you use your time everyday. Then its easy to edit how you use your time, what to focus on more and what to cut out. You'll be a time management expert in no time!

  • MyVintageStudio

    MyVintageStudio said 7 years ago

    I'm getting the post it's out to stick on the fridge!

  • KateElin

    KateElin said 7 years ago

    I have a PC. Any cloudapp-like things for me?

  • sassyalice

    sassyalice said 7 years ago

    You should be able to get cloud for PC. If not, windows will knock it off pretty soon. :D

  • Cinzia74

    Cinzia74 said 7 years ago

    Love the Exit Strategy app: itcould really make the difference between being late or getting there just in time when you exit from the tube first. Wonder if there' s an equivalent for Italian lines...

  • QuiltSewCover

    QuiltSewCover said 7 years ago

    I learned a lot! Do this again - in your new found free time! Seriously - this was great.

  • virtuallori

    virtuallori said 7 years ago

    I have to give Google Reader another try. My problem with RSS readers is that part of my enjoyment is the design and atmosphere that blogs create, and that is lost with readers. Still, for a pile of stuff to get through, they definitely save time. For to-do lists, I haven't found anything better than Things (http://culturedcode.com/things/). It's robust enough to deal with my multiple projects, but super easy to use. No affiliation; just a delighted user.

  • BarkingDogBlanket

    BarkingDogBlanket said 7 years ago

    thanks for sharing!

  • thisthatotherthings

    thisthatotherthings said 7 years ago

    I'm a fan of post it notes that I can pull down and crinkle up in my hand when the task is complete and List, I love Lists that I can cross the tasks off when done. You've go lots of great tips Thanks so much for sharing them.

  • TheAdornedArticle

    TheAdornedArticle said 7 years ago

    Interesting post but a little heavy on the phone and computer apps (for those of us who don't have a mac or an iphone)...I'd love to read about a more 'handmade' approach to time saving.

  • RomanceCatsAndWhimsy

    RomanceCatsAndWhimsy said 7 years ago

    Fantastic post -- thank you for the tips and tricks!

  • ScrappyTudeStudios

    ScrappyTudeStudios said 7 years ago

    Guess my latest blog series: Time Management for Creatives, is timely!

  • RefugeHeart

    RefugeHeart said 7 years ago

    Great tips. I've heard great things about the cloud app!

  • prettypleasecrafts

    prettypleasecrafts said 7 years ago

    I use post its all the time :) Thanks for the tips!

  • TreasuresandBeyond

    TreasuresandBeyond said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the tips. Sleepcycle app, great idea!

  • frogtoprince

    frogtoprince said 7 years ago

    A very interesting article, I enjoyed it.

  • melissapowers

    melissapowers said 7 years ago

    too bad for those of us without an iphone. :(

  • BlueMoonLights

    BlueMoonLights said 7 years ago

    Thank you for the post!

  • AlphabetCityStudio

    AlphabetCityStudio said 7 years ago

    Oooh.. the sleepcycle app looks interesting.. too bad I don't have an iPhone. <=T

  • sarus

    sarus said 7 years ago

    thanks for this video,great tips!! can i ask where could i find so beautiful case/sleeve/... for laptop?i just love it! thanks

  • modeandabode

    modeandabode said 7 years ago

    I am also SUPER keen on your laptop cover...where can I buy one/find a pattern to crochet one/bribe you with cookies sent from Korea to sell me yours?! Thanks a bunch <3 -m

  • atelierdricka

    atelierdricka said 7 years ago

    Wow! Am So glad I live in the mountains of Arizona and not in New York! I too, like many postings, am a pen and pencil and paper girl. A journaler, a one on one , personal connection gal - takes me 10 minutes at most to get around this beautiful town. Good fresh mountain air! - I sure don't need a sleep app. nor an iphone, nor a mobile phone with camera... a computer, a dig cam, a pre-paid cell (no bills!). simplify simplify simplify and you won't need any thing else! Relax and smell the roses!

  • NapPage

    NapPage said 7 years ago

    Great :))

  • theroyal

    theroyal said 7 years ago

    very cool. thanks for making that video

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  • exitera

    Hristo Hvoynev from ExiArtsConceptWorlds said 6 years ago

    So nice video! Laura is amazing infront of the cameras! :)

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