How to Create a Custom Productivity Dashboard with Milanote

Being myself a procrastinator (on recovery), I always tried to create a dashboard to be more intentional with the time spent on my laptop, you know, something like a single page to open on my browser with all the links to click in order to do what I have to do, without being distracted by… Continue reading How to Create a Custom Productivity Dashboard with Milanote

A Smartphone Packing Party

My very first smartphone was a second-hand iPhone 4 that I got for my birthday in 2013. A friend of mine was upgrading his phone and offered to give me his old one for free that Fall, I couldn't be happier! The problem was that I was starting my smartphone journey with a phone that… Continue reading A Smartphone Packing Party

Thoughts On Building a Healthier Relationship with the Internet

I recently started thinking about my (several) passions and the role they played in my life. When I was a child, my main hobbies were drawing and painting, and doing random craft projects inspired by Art Attack, in addition to playing with friends or alone. Growing up, I abandoned all the former (offline) hobbies and… Continue reading Thoughts On Building a Healthier Relationship with the Internet

How I Manage My Multiple Interests and Projects with Trello

After sharing (or should I say "confessing"? 🙂 ) my many interests and current projects a couple of weeks ago, I've been asked: "Have you done a post on juggling multiple interests? I'd love to read that for tips and advice!", so I thought it might be easier to write a whole blog post about… Continue reading How I Manage My Multiple Interests and Projects with Trello

How I use Todoist as a Student

A guest post by Francesco D'Alessio.Firstly, I just wanted to thank Alice for having me on this blog. It’s been an honor to read Alice’s blog posts on the Geeky Burrow over the last few weeks, I’ve especially liked her features on Bullet Journaling and book recommendations – if you haven’t read them, do check… Continue reading How I use Todoist as a Student

Why I’m Switching from Bloglovin’ to Feedly After Five Years

I started blogging back in 2010 and shortly after I discovered Google Reader (I guess that was the name?), a nice way to keep track of new posts from the blogs I was following, because I never used my browser favorites to store my blog readings. Unfortunately, since Google is prone to kill its best… Continue reading Why I’m Switching from Bloglovin’ to Feedly After Five Years