Browsing Posts tagged organization

It’s getting cold out there, but that doesn’t mean Instructify is freezing over. Here are some educational lists to keep you nice and warm. 21 Online Student Tools to Help With Research, Communication, and Organization – EduChoices brings us this list of some essential tools to aide in researching and staying on top of things. […]

I am the queen of list making. I tend to make a list to remind me of things I need to put on another list. I live for Post-it notes. My clander boxes are are so full I have a hard time reading what I’ve written. If there is something I really have to remember […]

Confession: sometimes I leave papers ungraded and e-mails unanswered for just a smidge too long. Corollary confession: I spend (waste?) a fair percentage of my time on books, sites, and blogs that promise to help me manage my time better, get more organized, stop procrastinating, and be more productive. Usually each one has its own […]

I often find my desk completely wallpapered with reminders, phone numbers, messages, and all kinds of forget-me-nots in the form of sticky notes. This outdated, analog system does little to contribute to my overall productivity, to say the least. If you also find yourself frequently drowning in yellow sticky paper, you may want to give […]

Now they’ve done it. They’ve ruined my ability to forget stuff. That trusty companion—from so many Friday and Saturday nights (and Saturday and Sunday mornings, too), from so many ex-girlfriends’ birthdays/anniversaries/other clichéd relationship obligations, from so many work/school obligations—is gone for good. Now, thanks to Evernote, I have to say goodbye to my ability to […]

35 Scholarships Anyone Can Get – has put this list of scholarships together that just about anyone is eligible for. The list includes scholarships in various amounts, as well as essay writing contests and some unorthodox contests like the Duct Tape Stuck at Prom Scholarship. 50 Things from Ben Jones – Ben Jones blogs […]

Teachers have a lot to do on any given day, and it can be difficult to find time to sit down and create nice, simple worksheets that perfectly complement your lesson plans or design calendars to help organize both you and your students. Butthanks to the Internet, there are tons of resources you can take […]

8 Tips to Help You Think Like a Genius – I don’t need these tips, personally, because me am already genius. You might find them useful, though. ZME Lifetips recommends visualization, being productive, and thinking metaphorically amongst others. Start using these tips and you’ll be a geinus in no time. 5 Questions That Will Save […]

How to Save Money on Gas – 29 Tips – I now own a car for the first time in ages. In fact, the last time I had to fill up a tank it barely cost me a nickel. And back then there were only 14 cars, period. Okay, so that’s a bit of an […]

Counting your Blessings: 5 Ways to Increase Happiness – I know that this probably doesn’t apply to you, but if you are the least bit unhappy, there might be some info here that will turn your frown upside down. Via Goodlife Zen (I know, what a wretch-worthy great title for a blog), this list will […]