Time seems to go faster and faster, doesn’t it?
I’m sure there is an indigo adult out there that will say that it actually IS GOING FASTER on a quantum level, but regardless… I think everyone is looking to get more productivity out of their time.
And as New Year’s approaches, what better time time to assert better time management in the coming year?
If you’re not already using Google Reader, let me tell you that it is a great way to go through literally thousands of articles you are interested in, in the time it used to to take to go through a newspaper.
Here’s how to follow The Indigo Adults (my blog) without checking back every day:
This Post/Page is here to help you simplify your life by learning a technique for taking in an enormous amount of information… thousands of articles, in less than an hour.
I learned this from last year’s Thirty Day Challenge… A wonderful program that gave me a better scope of the Internet (which I already knew quite a bit about) while getting my methods more streamlined and optimized and leveraging my time I spend on the computer. I highly recommend participating in this year’s 30 Day Challenge. It’s free (their slogan is “There is no charge for Awesomeness” and it truly is awesome.
Anyway, the Google Reader lesson was particularly valuable for me because before I understood how to leverage RSS readers, I was quite frustrated with the fact that I had so many friends with great blogs but no way to know when they had posted. Nor did I want to keep reminding myself to check back every few days to see if there was a new post.
So here’s what you do.
I hope this article saves you time and energy on the Internet.
I wrote this also with the intent that you RSS my blog so that you can keep up with what I am writing in an easy and convenient way.
Ed Dale and 30 Day Challenge go into it in much more detail here:
Any indigo adults have great New Year’s Resolutions? Please share them with us! You might inspire another to join you in the quest to form new and better habits!