Back to School: iPads & Digital Note-Taking

On social media, I see a ton of people who use iPads for digital note-taking, and it's something I do myself. First, I'm going to discuss my personal pros and cons for digital note-taking, then, I'm going to go ahead and give a back-to-school buyer's guide if you're absolutely set on it. My Experience Pros … Continue reading Back to School: iPads & Digital Note-Taking

Welcome to My Youtube Channel: Some Change is Coming…

     Hey everyone, so this is a bit of a different post today, but I wanted to go ahead and write this to introduce yet another facet of my online life: my YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6JlLKcpURM      My YouTube channel is under the same name as my IG, so it’s Krys Kestrel, and this is a … Continue reading Welcome to My Youtube Channel: Some Change is Coming…

How to Stop Procrastinating: 3 Simple Steps

I’m nowhere near perfect when it comes to not procrastinating, believe me, but that doesn’t mean I’m not seeking out ways to be better each day. As part of this, I’ve been reading books related to procrastination and productivity, and the most recent addition to this list is Solving the Procrastination Puzzle: A Concise Guide … Continue reading How to Stop Procrastinating: 3 Simple Steps

Notion: My New Favorite Productivity System

I've always been a fan of productivity apps/systems, and I've tried a lot of them. I've tried Todoist (which I still highly recommend for anyone who wants a good to-do list app, and that's it), Evernote, microsoft To Do, Wunderlist, bullet journaling (which I love, but isn't the most practical every month), etc. I have … Continue reading Notion: My New Favorite Productivity System

Getting Things Done: My Thoughts

I recently finished listening (through Audible, my new best friend) to Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen, and though I’m not a businessperson, I am always looking for easier ways to organize my life and apply this to my schoolwork, my job, and volunteering. My main takeaway from this book … Continue reading Getting Things Done: My Thoughts