There are so many tools claiming to be the next best thing for staying organized and productive. I've formed a cocktail from my favorite tools to keep my brain (my life) organized.
Components may reduce the total volume of code you have to write, but keeping them organized can be a nightmare. Here are three simple rules to keep you organized, consistent, and productive.
Aside from opening new tabs, the Meta+k shortcut is the one I use most frequently when working on the command-line.
Managing and organizing income is one of the most stressful and important tasks for a full-time freelancer.
When you approach money management as a freelancer, especially a new freelancer, be scientific, conservative, and strict.
I've gone back to Mint.com a few times because it's supposed to be the best of the best. But I just can't get past these two issues.
It takes much more than a good app to keep your notes organized. Here's how I've been doing it lately.
If you are paid bi-weekly this is a great way to put some extra cash in your pocket without doing much.
Labels act like tags in Gmail. Use them to keep your messages organized.
CSS files are notorious for very quickly growing long, jumbled and confusing. Here's how I stay organized
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This site was created and is maintained by Sean C Davis. It was designed by Matt Willett.
The stack is Eleventy, Tailwind CSS, and loads of other open-source software. The code is built, deployed, and hosted with help from GitHub and Netlify.
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