What I eat in a day

Hello! Sorry that I haven't been very active on my blog lately, but I'm trying to get back into the swing of things. Illness is a pain in the butt, but I'm feeling a lot better now. It feels like it's been a while since I made a wieiad post and so I wanted to... Continue Reading →

Green veggies with pasta recipe

It's the time of year where my garden is bursting with fruits and veggies. I've got loads of greens growing so I wanted to chuck them together for a simple and delicious dinner. This meal is packed full of nutrients. The broad beans are very high in protein and are also an excellent source of... Continue Reading →

Getting Things Done | Productivity Week

Welcome to the final day of productivity week! I hope these productivity methods have helped you get yourself organised and made it easier for you to work through your to-do list! Getting thing's done was created by David Allen and was made famous by his bestselling book under the same name. I haven't read his... Continue Reading →

The Eisenhower Matrix | Productivity Week

"What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important." –Dwight Eisenhower The Eisenhower Matrix was created by Dwight Eisenhower, the 34th President of the United States. Eisenhower was a very productive person. One of the reasons for his success in productivity was due to his famous Eisenhower principle, which helps to... Continue Reading →

Personal Kanban Method | Productivity Week

Welcome to day 4 of productivity week! We're over halfway through already! The Personal Kanban method is quite an old method but is nicely laid out in the book Personal Kanban: Mapping Work | Navigating Life by Jim Benson and Tonianne DeMaria Barry, written in 2011. This technique is ideal for those who want to visualise... Continue Reading →

The Pomodoro Technique | Productivity Week

Welcome to day 3 of productivity week! The pomodoro technique was created by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980s. This time-management method is great for people who procrastinate on large, intimidating tasks or get distracted by social media or other tasks. This technique breaks up your tasks by splitting your work into short, manageable bursts. To... Continue Reading →

The 80/20 Rule | Productivity Week

Welcome to day two of productivity week! Today I'm going to talk about the 80/20 rule and how it can change your life! The 80/20 rule (or Pareto Principle) was first suggested by an Italian economist, Wilfredo Pareto, in 1895. He noticed that 80% of Italy's land, wealth and influence was controlled by 20% of... Continue Reading →

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