Friday's Findings: Tracking your time, Neubau and more
Best links of the week.
Welcome to Friday's findings! I hope you’re having an admirable Friday.
This week, I have been making some real progress on my next identity project. I like where this direction is going. It stands out in the market and follows the company values.
I do however think it’s hard finding a balance between studying, designing, and writing. It’s easy to get caught up in always doing the right thing.
What if we, for once, started cherishing what we wanted to do?
Why should we sacrifice the moments in which we find peace, love, and meaning? We should instead add that to our To-Do-List.
Maybe it’s time for us to cherish what’s left.
Stay safe everyone!
Three links worth sharing
I use these links on a daily basis.
Goodreads - A great place for keeping track of your readings
Goodreads is a great place to keep track of what you read.
I just started using it this week. I particularly like the fact that you can share what you’ve read with your friends, and update your progress on a book.
Instapaper - Collect and read all articles you wish to read
Instapaper can be used when you find an interesting article to read, but you’re on the go, and unavailable to read it currently. You can save it through this by linking it or downloading the chrome web shop app, and then it’ll store what you want to read.
Rize - Track your time spent (get 1 month free)
Rize is a smart time tracker that improves your focus and helps you build better work habits.
Rize automatically tracks and categorizes your work activity in real-time. Understand how your time is spent, how to reclaim focus time, and how to optimize breaks and meetings.
Get 1 month of free trial with my referral link!
Three graphics I enjoyed
From Jonathan Ellery:
One quote worth citing
"Find what you love and let it kill you." – Charles Bukowski
Thanks for exploring with me!
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Until next week,
Designer & writer