A lot of y’all have personal sites. Personal sites with portfolios. Or you work for or own an agency where showing off the work you do is arguably even more important. Often the portfolio area of a site is the most fretted and hard to pull off. Do you link to the live projects? Screenshots? How many? How much do you say? How much of the process do people care about?
I’m afraid I don’t have all the answers for …
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I’ve shared this little productivity tip with enough folks who have found it useful and figured I’d make a post out of it.
I love time tracking and I love task lists, but boy do I hate managing them both. So, I’ve been using my time tracker as my task list.
I use Harvest for time tracking. It allows you to create time entries in the future and I suspect many other time tracking apps do the same. That means …
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