Weekend Links: A Single Note Card, Being Happy, and Fighting Deathly SchedulesFebruary 10th, 2008 · 2 comments
Interesting links from around the web to help you through your weekend Study Hacks withdrawal…
Links That Win More Than Barack Obama
- Todoist with a Notecard for a Day | Grad Hacker
Over at Grad Hacker we get a twist on student time management that makes the Hipster PDA seem like Microsoft Project. (How’s that for overly-complicated, insider productivity-themed analogies?) Carry one single index card in your pocket. That’s it.
- A Simple Guide to Being Present for the Overworked and Overwhelmed | Zen Habits
Leo offers some insightful advice for finding what’s important in the middle of chaos. I’m increasingly convinced of the importance of psychology in the college experience. And Leo’s a pop psych master. So check it out…
- The Happiness Project | Alex Shalman
More from the “find your bliss” wing of the Study Hacks party: Blogger Alex Shalman is asking well-known productivity bloggers to weigh in on the topic of happiness.
- Where to Find a Librarian 24/7 | Student Hacks
Back to the hard stuff. Over at Student Hacks we get a list of online librarian resources you can access any time from any where.
- Cognitive doping for intellectually demanding tasks: worth it? | Academic Productivity
Speaking of hard stuff, over at Academic Productivity we get an interesting article on mind doping in academia.
- 5 Creativity Tips from Steve Martin | Getting Thing Done in Academia
Great minds think a like. The gang over at GTDA was also enthralled by Steve Martin’s new memoir. Their post extracts some tips for his rich experience for inducing more creativity. A good compliment to our earlier discussion of the Steve Martin Method.
- 6 Lessons for Making a Smooth Transition in Life | Life Hack
Have a big change coming up? A summer internship? Moving into the working world? Life Hack has your back. Some solid tips for managing the transition smoothly.
- 10 Tips for Being Productive While Being Scheduled to Death | Scott Young
Do you wonder how some students manage to fit in so much into their day while you feel overwhelmed just trying to keep up with your basic coursework? Scott’s article provides some insight into the type of project hacks that get the big things done.