On Fridays I bring you my four favorite work-life integration tips, time management tricks and downright coolness that I came across this week. And we call it Four for Friday. Welcome!
First, The Pretty
As a wedding planner, I recommended The Original Runner Company to my clients a few times,, because their runners are gorgeous, the basic ones (no, not this one) are very affordable, and they don’t slip. They installed this amazeballnessness at Walt Disney World’s Wedding Pavilion is called the Champagne Glitter Aisle. Sigh.
The Time Management Hack I Will Never Stop Pushing On You
A few weeks ago, I posted the Huffington Post article, “Forty Percent of Tasks on To do Lists are Never Done” on my Facebook page. One of the time-management tips it gives is to cut your daily checklist down to four must-do items and re-schedule the rest. I started doing that for myself a few months ago, and it’s working for clients. More of stress reliever than you’d think, too.
The Hack I’m Setting Up This Weekend
Hootsuite – How to Use Social Media Icons in Your Marketing Materials. All those social media icons? Are registered trademarks. Uh huh. Here’s a list – and downloads – of how to use them right. You’re welcome.
The Cool Thing I Bought This Week
Amazon – A Geyes portable blue tooth keyboard for my iphone! Thus making google docs so much more do-able on the road. AND it comes with a stand. AND it fits easily in my purse/sweatshirt pocket/back pocket. As you can tell, this made me much more excited than it probably should have, lol!
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