Alternatives and Additions to Bullet Journaling (Part the Second)

When BuJo isn’t enough (or too much) The Messy Bullet Journal, Part 7b In our previous post of alternatives to the Bullet Journal, we introduced several organization techniques, ranging from decluttering, task management, email management, all the way to the [...]

Brandt’s 17 Productivity Basics

Or Why it’s Impossible to Find the Perfect Productivity System The Messy Bullet Journal, Part 6 Plans go awry. I originally planned this post to list alternatives to Bullet Journaling for managing your life. However, as I looked at different [...]

Bullet Journal: From Paper to Digital

Should the Messy Paper Bullet Journal Go Digital? Part 5 of The Messy Bullet Journal Series Can the Bullet Journal be taken to Digital? Yes and No. Some people like to do everything digitally. But remember, the Bullet Journal is [...]

The Messy Bullet Journal, Part 2

How to Build Your BuJo Need to Get Organized? Is your life a series of missed appointments, late arrivals, forgotten deadlines, misplaced tasks, and multi-colored Post-It reminders growing around your computer screen like mold on cheese? You’ve tried calendars, whiteboards, [...]

Writing Hacks for Beginners (and Others)

A collection of writing hacks and tips for beginning (and most other) writers.

OneNote and Evernote, Which is Better for You?

What Type of Digital Notebook User Are You? (Part 4 of a Series) In the final part of our series comparing OneNote and Evernote, we look at which program is best for you based on the strengths of each program. [...]

OneNote and Evernote Compared, Part 2

In our previous post, we discussed how OneNote and Evernote share many of the same purposes. Today we’ll look at the main differences between the programs, their user interfaces, and the strengths of each program. Recent Changes to Evernote In [...]

23 Ways Writers Can Deal with Chaos

Creativity Tools for the (Dis)organized Writer Ideas are messy things. For most people, they tend to pile up in corners and under the bed like dust bunnies. For writers, though, they feel more like stampeding cattle. In order for writers [...]

The Mysteries of Microblogging

Everything You Wanted to Know About Microblogs, But Didn’t Know to Ask Putting Microblogging Under the Microscope Explaining microblogging is difficult because so many people do it in different ways. A microblog post can be well under 140 characters, or [...]

Why Blog? – Blogging 101 Part 1

This post is the beginning of a new series, a newish topic, several new personas, and a new style of telling stories for me. Wish me a little bit of luck and I hope you like it. — Andy Why [...]

My Fave Frugal Writing Tools

Every writer has a personal way of writing and a specific set of tools he or she feels more comfortable with. Since I often blog about writing and creativity, I probably experiment more than most, but I have a set [...]

February Holidays on Frugal Guidance 2

Celebrate February Our monthly holiday list is a new feature on Frugal Guidance 2. It can be used for: Writing prompts for writers and bloggers, Travellers, Meeting planners, Businesspeople, Partiers (who want an excuse for a party), and People who [...]