I don’t always procrastinate. But when I do, I compensate by browsing through ocean of dank memes. Or endless Reddit threads. Or auto played YouTube videos.
You’re either boring or you stand out.
You’re either invisible or remarkable.
And, all your life, everyone has been pushing you to fit in.
All your life you’re told to keep your head down, work hard, don’t make waves and get it done.
Here, in 10 easy steps, is how to grow.
How to stand out.
How to get noticed, make a difference and have a shot at the big time.
When I was in 10th standard I thought of keeping track of my preparations and started writing a diary. Back then I used to log major daily events, study progress & happenings in a full scape notebook.
Over the span of years I realized the importance of logs and started monitoring a few more affairs.
Now, I use my phone to supervise everything. In this post, I’d share how exactly I do all these things with my Xiomi Redmi 1S Android device.
As I iterated earlier, smartphone is one the best gadgets we use these days. Though we use it mostly to remain in touch with friends, take photos and pass time, there are a handful of apps that can turn it into a productivity powerhouse.
I like making lists. Many of my list articles have received a warm response. Time to create another one: List of Productivity Apps! It contains the apps that I personally use on Android.
It’s monsoon and this question, ‘Will it rain today?’ will always pop in your head at least once in a day. Now, the weather forecast is not a child’s play. The officials have to collect and analyze an enormous amount of data for hours to say a simple sentence like,
‘Probability of light shower in the evening.’
Luckily, there’s an extremely easy way to do the forecasting yourself! By referring to satellite images provided by IMD. Interesting right?