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Updated by Tanya Smith on Nov 14, 2016
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Favorite Productivity Blogs

Here is a list of productivity blogs that stay current and share great resources to get more done. Some are blogs I've added and others have been shared with me via social friends.


In the quiet morning hours, or as I fade off to sleep at night, I cuddle up with a good novel. This book is my world, my quiet time away from the din and discordance of the everyday world, but it's also a way to explore the world in imaginative new ways. a fulfilling life doesn't have to be complicated.-

On Fridays I pull the best of my blog readings - my open loops - to share with readers. Topics can come from anywhere, and cover anything.

Lifehacker - Tips and downloads for getting things done

Tips and downloads for getting things done

Time Management Ninja

Beyond the Todo List: Goals Book of the Week - Beyond the Todo List: Goals Looking to get your goals on track? This week's recommendation is the new ebook by Erik Fisher (of the Beyond the Todo List podcast) and Jim Woods ( It is a month long goals course packed with daily tips.

The Art of Less Doing - Ari Meisel

Optimize, Automate, and Outsource Everything in Life and Be More Effective at Everything

Productivity501 - Pieces of the productivity puzzle.

Pieces of the productivity puzzle.

Asian Efficiency: Time Management and Productivity

Time management, efficiency and productivity are some of those things that aren't taught or really even considered in modern-day business and academic education. Our school systems place a large emphasis on content and the "what" of learning and professional skills, but rarely tell us "how" to go about it.

Legal Productivity - A Better Life for Lawyers

Are you as efficient as your opposing counsel? Juicy information on legal project management, technology, efficiency, and how NOT to get disbarred!

The Buffer blog: productivity, life hacks, writing, user experience, customer happiness and business. - Buffer is an ...

A blog about productivity, life hacks, writing, user experience, customer happiness and business.

Unplugging and the Power of GTD in Reconnecting

GTD provides great tools to help us realize what is important in our lives and how to better balance our responsibilities. Recently, I went "off the GTD grid" and in the process received an unexpected and most meaningful gift.


Over the month of November I'll be writing a weekly post as part of a series I'm dubbing Build A Better Workflow. The first installment is going to focus on apps and services you can add to the equation to help you make a workflow that is better for you.

Home - The Jason Womack Company

If you know what your more is; will you work to achieve it? Subscribe to "The Womack Report." Weekly insights to achieve your "more." What is yours? More time in the office? More dinners with the family? More money in the bank account?

ProdPod, a Productivity Podcast

Willpower (or, self-control) undergoes something Professor Baumeister calls ego depletion, or the loss of self-control. Willpower is divided into four broad categories: control of thoughts, control of emotions, impulse control, and performance control. All willpower depletes from one reservoir for all tasks and is a finite source.