In this episode of the Intentional Living Podcast we continue our deep dive into the productivity book Getting Things Done, by David Allen. We focus on Chapter 6: “PROCESSING: GETTING “IN” TO EMPTY”. Here we detail the second step of the GTD process, the Processing Step, where we work our way through each item in our inbox and take appropriate actions until we reach INBOX ZERO.
Here’s the episode: . . . → Read More: #015 Intentional Living Podcast: Inside the GTD Processing Step
So as you’ve probably heard, the cicada invasion for this 17-year brood has started.
I took a few pictures to document their life cycle.
After spending 17 years underground, the cicada nymphs crawl from the ground and head toward the nearest tree.
In this pic you can see some of the many holes spotting the ground at our farm:
Here is a pic of a cicada nymph climbing an oak tree:
At . . . → Read More: Cicada Invasion: A 17-Year Life Cycle
With the weather warming up, it’s time to start thinking about outdoor activities. But too much sun can be a problem, so I got this Super-Brella Chair for sitting in the shade when at events like camping, tailgating, cookouts, and picnics.
The main feature of this chair is its umbrella, which acts as a sunscreen as well as rain umbrella. In fact, the umbrella is quite versatile . . . → Read More: Review: Sitting in the shade with the Super-Brella Umbrella Chair
In this episode of the Intentional Living Podcast we continue our deep dive into the productivity book Getting Things Done, by David Allen. We focus on Chapter 5: “COLLECTION: CORRALLING YOUR ‘STUFF’”. Here we detail the first step of the GTD process, the Collection Step, where we get all the clutter out of our head and off our desk, placing the items that need attention into our inbox.
Here’s the . . . → Read More: #014 Intentional Living Podcast: Inside the GTD Collection Step
I apologize in advance for getting excited about something like this, but I have to admit that I’m not too ashamed to say I’m really happy with my OXO Good Grips Measuring Cups.
There are several reasons why I think they are the best measuring cups I’ve ever had:
Their stainless steel construction gives them a solid feel They have soft, non-slip handles They have a nice design—including a lip, . . . → Read More: Review: OXO Good Grips Measuring Cups