How To Keep A Clean Home
An organized checklist to help you CLEAN like the DICKENS.
I went through this checklist while creating this blog! Talk about meta. I found it to be a good resource, not super comprehensive, but good enough to notice some improvements on page load times. Definitely check this out if you have some spare time to devote to your Jekyll blog. This next introduction is copied directly from https://blog.webjeda.com/jekyll-speed/
Hi there, my name is Jeffrey. A couple years ago I founded todotemplates.com.
A Todoist Template based on The Feynman Technique. This will help to learn anything Quickly.
Our checklist for producing an episode. Includes tasks for sound editing, producers, tech team, and host.
What to pack when traveling? An old adage suggests bringing half as much clothing and twice as much money. This is a list of the maximum amount of stuff one should ever need to cart around (and all of it except for what you'll be wearing will fit into a single carry-on-sized bag).
Eliminate items whenever possible. Minimize clothing by selecting a uniform (one or two) colour scheme. Choose fabrics carefully: natural fabrics wrinkle more easily and dry more slowly than modern synthetics. Learn to bundle wrap, to avoid wrinkles and save space. And remember that there are two kinds of luggage: carry-on and lost!
This is the blueprint for the Cisco Certified Network Administrator exam v3 (200-125). You can find the blueprint on the official Cisco site at the link below.
Though it's the last thing we want to think about, there is a huge need for all of us to be prepared for a disaster of any kind. Ideally, you will have a supply kit equipped for a period of at least 72 hours that is stored somewhere cool, dry and easily accessibleâ€”some good spots can include your garage, closet, or basement. Use this list to check off each item until you have a complete emergency preparedness kit suitable for you and your household. Don't get caught off guard; be stocked and ready!
Courtesy of https://blog.teachable.com/mini-course
Research in human development clearly shows that the seeds of empathy, caring, and compassion are present from early in life, but that to become caring, ethical people, children need adults to help them at every stage of childhood to nurture these seeds into full development.
We should work to cultivate children's concern for others because it's fundamentally the right thing to do, and also because when children can empathize with and take responsibility for others, they're likely to be happier and more successful. They'll have better relationships their entire lives, and strong relationships are a key ingredient of happiness.
In today's workplace, success often depends oncollaborating effectively with others, and children who are empathetic and socially aware are also better collaborators.
Below are a set of guideposts to raising caring, respectful, and ethical children, along with tips for putting them into action. These guideposts are supported by many studies and by the work that our various organizations have conducted over several decades with families across America.Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash
Moving? Use this list to make sure you change your address for everyone everwhere!
A checklist to address the GTD Weekly ReviewPhoto by Glenn Carstens-Peters on Unsplash
This gives me a quick way to enter info if I am not in my office.
This project template contains 11 tasks designed to quickly bring you up to speed with the main features of Todoist.
This is a case study project I created for my Working With Todoist book that I thought I would share with you guys. It can of course be modified for any other type of routine you may have to do.Photo by Jason Briscoe on Unsplash
One way local businesses can get found is through inclusion in online directories. Adding a listing to these online directories is easy, but if you only list in a few, you're really missing a huge opportunity to get found by online searchers.Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash
A basic project, one task per day. Each task is a link that will take you to the original AOM article. All rights and ownership given to the original authors, this project will simply track your progress. The last task is provided for you to share your feedback.Good luck!
This list is based on the Art of Manliness article about how to kickstart your journaling in the new year. This list contains all the prompts and relative dates so that you can start this whenever you want.
All credit of the content goes solely to the AoM Blog Posthttps://www.artofmanliness.com/2014/01/01/jumpstart-your-journaling-a-31-day-challenge/Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash
Every now and then you’ll come across something you’d like to do from now on, a habit you want to create, maybe an extra task you want to complete each day.
The British Film Institute / 'Sight & Sound' magazine annual list of the year's best movies, curated from the votes of 163 critics and curators. Each movie has a link to the trailer, the IMDB page and, where available, the Sight & Sound review.Photo by Felix Mooneeram on Unsplash
There are so many things to think about! When should you start working on your press kit? What is the best way to track your acquisition channels? How can you get featured on Product Hunt?
At Branch, our mission is to help with app discovery. This checklist tool draws from best practices we have seen work in the real world, supplemented with insights gathered from around the web.Photo by Alvaro Reyes on Unsplash
This is a template to schedule study activities using a textbook. There is an interactive python (2.7) program that gathers the data to create a custom template so you don't have to.
As a software engineer, productivity enthusiast, and lover of sci-fi novels, I spend a lot of time plowing through thick books seeking to learn new skills, improve myself, or just enjoy another world.
I've used this template dozens of times to keep me on the right track as I seek to learn and grow throughout my life. I've kept the template as simple as possible, leaving it open to customization based on your own personal workflow.
Chapter 20 is scheduled for "+19 days", so you can easily add chapters to the schedule starting at "+20 days".Removing extra chapters can be done by either checking off the task or by selecting "delete task" from the edit task dropdown.Photo by Corey Blaz on Unsplash
Courtesy of the Todoist team on their blog: https://blog.todoist.com/2016/09/08/our-reading-list/Photo by Michael Liao on Unsplash
This might be confusing so bare with me for a moment.
I have the pleasure of working with the Todoist team for an upcoming campaign to promote To-do Templates. This template is what I'm working on over the next week, and I just had a thought, it might be fun to share this and get your minds thinking before the launch. Feel free to follow along with me :)Photo by William Iven on Unsplash
Hello my Todoist friend.
A big thanks to Omar for his help in getting all of these items resolved.
Security issues happen for two reasons -
Developers who have just started and cannot really tell a difference between using MD5 or bcrypt.Developers who know stuff but forget/ignore them.
Our detailed explanations should help the first type while we hope our checklist helps the second one create more secure systems. This is by no means a comprehensive guide, it just covers stuff based on the most common issues we have discovered in the past.
Came across this post today, going to try out these steps.
If you've got the workouts from Beachbody, why not mix it up a little? Contains a nice programPhoto by Kyle Johnson on Unsplash
Original article posted at https://katschthaler.com/blog/2016/4/19/work-smarter-not-harder-social-media-checklistPhoto by rawpixel on Unsplash
This is probably the most underrated feature of Todoist. It’s super simple, and you get the option of either a URL to copy and paste, or a .CSV file for your personal records.
This find comes from some fun experiments over the last few weeks.
You can find the course here: https://courses.edx.org/courses/UWashingtonX/ECFS311x/2T2014/Photo by Jared Rice on Unsplash
Starting "Today" and organised as per the official workout, split into each week of the program.
Original credit to Dan Delaney.Photo by Ayo Ogunseinde on Unsplash
Read the full article here.
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Just a heads up, there are around 50 recurring tasks in here, most are every 6-12 months. All are arguably important - delete what you don't need :)
Add this project for a super-quick way to add a weekly review to your workflow. There are a couple items on a daily basis (process your inbox, clear off your desk). I left these in to help establish a consistent habit. You can remove these once you're used to them.
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Just edit the headings (or you could create them as sub-projects)Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash
Includes links to courses on Lynda.com, Udacity, Coursera
Courtesy of @odsamuels on the Todoist blog.
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You should try to use this at least 2 months in advance.
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Inspired by Mrs. Meyer's Clean Home
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Your Step-by-Step Email Marketing Strategy Guide by Beth HaydenPhoto by rawpixel on Unsplash
This checklist is courtesy of Primer: Marketing Lessons from Google
Jill Duffy is the author of Get Organized: How to Clean Up Your Messy Digital Life, and is a writer at PC Mag.Photo by William Iven on Unsplash
Link to original discussion on Reddit(https://www.reddit.com/r/todoist/comments/4bbr5x/any_people_use_todoist_along_with_a_university/)Photo by Caleb Minear on Unsplash
Link to original article: How to Invest in YourselfPhoto by rawpixel on Unsplash
Link to original article: 20 Simple Steps to 'Viral' Content Creation from The HustlePhoto by Jesus Kiteque on Unsplash
My 10 Daily Habits (inspired by Leap Day!)Author: Sean Macmannishttps://medium.com/@smacmannisPhoto by rawpixel on Unsplash
Posted by Dean Bokhari on Mediumhttps://medium.com/@DeanB
Link to original article: How To Publish 6 Blog Posts Every Week - Jon WesternbergPhoto by Luca Laurence on Unsplash
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