I hate being late but as the saying goes “better late than never”. I haven’t as yet poured a bucket of cold water on myself but was recently nominated for the “Give and Tell Challenge” by Sean Johnson. He gave me 24 hours- apologies for the tardiness Sean.
The “Give and Tell Challenge.’ You donate to a cause, or causes, that have meaning to you and you say why. You then challenge 3 other people to do the same thing.
Today I donated to Cancer Research UK. Like so many other people in the UK cancer has deeply affected me and my family. Four years ago my father died from a very aggressive brain tumour – only 5 months after being diagnosed. I miss him daily. Cancer Research UK do amazing work and this challenge is a stark reminder to donate more often.
To complete my “challenge” I nominate three of my webby friends:
Good luck! You’ve got 24 hours, the clock is ticking (but I won’t mind if you are late).
Over the years I have tried literally hundreds of apps for time management, project management, writing, presenting, email, communicating, sharing – you name it I’ve probably installed it.
Only a handful of apps have stood the test of time and are used on a daily basis. I’ve always enjoyed reading about what other people use so thought I would document my own setup here. — Read full Article »