Girls Write Out
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Now that I'm working for the plastic surgeon's office, I'm having to keep my work and my time much more organized.  There are so many great applications for making that happen, and I'm grateful.  I got a timer that allows me to pause and restart and it will keep track of my hours.  It's called Desktop Task Timer.  Then, I got one that cleans up your desktop as you work so it keeps your computer looking "clean" -- I love that.  It's called Desktop Tidy.

All of these are so affordable and entrepreneurs are really making bank on these idea.  I'm just loving that it's a win-win for both of us.  What about you, do you have a favorite app that makes you more productive?

posted at 8:00 PM  
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At 9:47 AM, Blogger Sandie said...

I really can't think of one I have that makes me more productive though I have some that are useful. I can suggest a few that WOULD make me more productive. How about one that says "don't forget you're cooking" or "step away from the computer" or "go do laundry" or "time for exercise". LOL It could be called the Nagger.

At 10:08 AM, Blogger beverly s said...

I would love to read your book.



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