I flipped through Lifehacker, written by founder of the site of the same name Gina Trapani. There were quite a few good tips that I took away from the book (like emailing your future self, some backup tips, keeping an inventory of your valuables with pictures and Flickr, and creating a personal wiki.
For someone who doesn’t already have their own processes and organizational structure, this book can whip your skills into place. If you already have some processes, then you’ll probably have to pick and choose what you’d like to adapt, or change altogether. I recommend the former—essentially working in new features into your existing life.
I am ahead of the game when it comes to my reading goals this year. I have already started The Friday Night Knitting Club too, and have a few other books on the nightstand I’d like to finish before the end of the year.
Books of 2009 total: 11
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