Boomerang for Gmail Review: Email Productivity At Its Best

Staying on top of my inbox is one thing that I am very good at. But being very good at it sometimes drives me completely crazy. I used to use Gmail’s labels for every message, but then realized how time consuming that was. Now I just delete or archive emails. Something I do today is use different star colors to signify importance and to-dos. I realize this method isn’t ideal…

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7 Productivity Apps to Live a Mobile Lifestyle

To live a truly mobile lifestyle, you need to depend on certain things: a smartphone and/or tablet and Internet connection. Those are the basics. Disect the need even further and you’ll find apps somewhere on the list. My quest to live a more mobile lifestyle began on May 1. While preparing for what I’m calling “The iChallenge,” I began evaluating the essential tools are I’ll need to maintain the 80/20…

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The Mobile Lifestyle – Eliminating Computer for iPad

I made writing a weekly blog post on this BakBurner blog a goal of mine this year. I have failed, but am taking steps to get back on track and am close to releasing Winery Passport and Brewery Passport on Android.  One thing I realized over the last three months is I’m in front a computer a lot. It drains my attention and just isn’t good for my mind and…

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Mover Review: An Efficient Data Transfer Solution

I am protective of several things in my life: family, friends, my dog and data. Earlier this month, I wrote about the steps I go through to protect and create backups of certain data. One of the tools mentioned was Mover, which claims to move your files from one cloud service to another. In the few weeks I’ve been using Mover, that claim has been 100 percent accurate, and the…

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Shoeboxed Streamlines Document Digitizing Process

When BakBurner Digital became an official company earlier this year, it meant I really needed to start being on top of the company’s finances. When I made a purchase using the company credit card, I couldn’t just let that be the only record on file. That meant saving every physical receipt — for the anti-hoarder in me that’s painful. Nor could I bare looking at a pile business cards I’ve…

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