One Year of Twos!

    A chance encounter with an app changed how I write things down. I know I have mentioned this many times before, but I will briefly mention it again (briefly). At the start of 2023, I had a disastrous experience with a popular note-taking app, which meant losing an entire project for work. There was no way of recovering the data, and the app’s customer support had no way of recovering what I had lost either.

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    Using Apple’s Assistive Access feature to create the ultimate dumb phone experience

    Using Apple’s Assistive Access feature to create the ultimate dumb phone experience How iOS 17’s new feature can help you reclaim your focus There’s one feature in Apple’s new iOS 17 update that is probably overlooked. It is called Assistive Access. In Apple’s own words: Assistive Access is a distinctive iOS experience, with more focused features and a simplified user interface, which allows people with cognitive disabilities to use iPhone with greater ease and independence.

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    100 Days of Day One journaling app | Reflection

    100 Days of Day One journaling app | Reflection Signing up to Day One made me journal consistently 100 days of using Day OneI love the idea of journaling. It was just an idea, and I never kept the act of journaling daily. That was until I signed up to the Day One app. I had watched a dozen videos on Day One over the past four years, but it was a video by Carl Pullein that me think about why I should separate my journal from my note-taking app — Apple Notes.

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    222 days of using the Twos App

    222 days of using the Twos App I reflect on the first 222 days of capturing, organising and taking action In my post, Five apps I use every day to organise my life (2023 Edition), there was a sixth app I hadn’t included, yet it is an app I use to tie them altogether. It’s true. I have used an app/service for 222 days to organise my life, capture my thoughts and set up each day to be as productive as possible.

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    Reflect Notes app | A Mini-review

    Reflect Notes app | A Mini-review Could Reflect be the best web app for productivity? During my final week of the digital detox, I signed up for a 7-day free trial of Reflect to see if it was any good. I know I kept saying I wasn’t going to explore any more productivity/note-taking apps, but I was curious. Their website is gorgeous. Reflect on my MacBook Air M1Here is a mini-review of what I have experienced in the first six days of using Reflect.

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