Task Management

by 97617205 July 28, 2014

One of the pitfalls of spending most days working by myself is I can lose focus pretty easily if no one is watching. Not that I always drift towards reading trashy blogs, sometimes I just spend too much time obsessing over one task. Enter the task management app Todoist. Unlike most apps I've tried, it strikes through completed tasks and, very satisfyingly, doesn't hide the list of crossed off tasks. It also lets me color code projects, which is the only way I can ever keep track of things. Some how this crazy little app holds me accountable to my projects and I'm way more productive now than I was with previous apps/calendars/random notes on scrap paper on my desk. And when I'm done with a day's work it tells me to go enjoy my day (or evening). I have no idea why I love that little message so much, but I do. 

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="500.0"]There is nothing better than seeing this at the end of the day. There is nothing better than seeing this at the end of the day.[/caption]



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