This @alfredapp @toggl workflow is done right brilliant. https://github.com/learn-anything/alfred-workflows
As a software developer who likes to think that I’m productive - at least sometimes - I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out exactly what I can do to make myself more productive, more of the time.
I’ve spent a lot of time getting Atom & iTerm2 exacty where I want it, and it really pays off when I’m doing “deep work.” There really is no one true way™ to configure your edting environment, but if you spend the time setting up for how you work & the type of work you do, it really does pay off.
- Did some work on a WordPress theme
- Fixed erors that appeared in said linter
- started laundry
- made snacks for trip (homemade granola bars)
- mopped kitchen
- email and Basecamp comms
Still feels like I haven’t gotten nearly enough done. But it helps to see it on a list.