There are lots of blogs out there with lots of productivity advice. So many in fact trying to follow them all can slow you down a lot!
But aside from conventional wisdom, most have very specific advice for people who are productivity junkies and app obsessed, so you end up driving yourself crazy trying to follow all of the advice and lose even more precious time.
So we at Evercontact have cherry picked some of the most followed, useful and interesting blogs that give great productivity tool recommendations and advice without taking up too much of your valuable time, hope that you enjoy them as much as we do!
Lifehacker offers a mix of daily news on the productivity front as well as an assortment of apps reviews, and roundups on “real” life that help people get things done.
What’s the best site to book Free Travel?
The Psychological Impulses That Make Us Want to Spend Money
How to Up-Sell at Your Retail Job Without Being Pushy
…Full disclosure, I worked at Gawker Media, Lifehacker’s publisher, during its launch and for a long time afterwards, but really it’s good!
Simple Productivity Blog: Just what the title would imply, no bells and whistles but a productivity focused blog written by a real person who tries different products and techniques and shares the results with you.
Why You Shouldnt Check Email On Vacation.
10 Ways to Cut Your Reading Expenses
Productivity Tool Overview : Autofocus
Asian efficiency : As they say “Don’t let the name fool you – this website is for anyone who is interested in time management and productivity, not just Asians. great blog posts for everyone about managing your time and staying focused.
10 Tips for Mental Toughness in Tennis, Work and Life.
Why Successful People Plan Their Lives 90 Days at a Time
10 Ways to Turn an Unproductive Morning Around
Productivity 501 : Not very frequently updated, because they focus on original content and only when they have something they feel will really benefit readers. Subscribe to their newsletter and you’ll know whtn there is something new for you.
Productive Apps for Managing Money
Gifts for Highly Productive People
TimeManagementNinja : Written by productivity expert Craig Jarros, TMJ’s goal is to provide tips, techniques, and tools to help you get more done with minimal effort. If you like mastery of your time, technology tools, and actionable answers, then TMN is for you.
5 Ways Practice Makes You More Productive
10 Signs you are trying to do too much
Set a timer and get your work done
99U offers insights on creativity and productivity. The blog is a product of online portfolio site Behance, which calls the online publication the “missing curriculum” for making ideas happen.
The Counterintuitive Art of Leading by Letting Go
How Your Siblings Affect Your Success According to Science
The 4 Types of Productivity Styles
WorkAwesome: The name says it all, WorkAwesome just wants you to work smarter, whether it’s a “real” job or your passion. They “share useful articles about starting things, completing things, and trying new things—and being “awesomely productive” when doing so.”
10 Ways to Create a Memorable Brand
5 Ways to Make More Money With Your E-Commerce Store
Your Guide to Getting Along with Co-Workers
Do you follow any other productivity blogs that you recommend?
We’d love to hear about them, tell us in the comments and let the productivity begin!