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Post-It notes can be very helpful while brainstorming ideas and moving notes around on a wall or whiteboard. However for personal productivity, they can often take up too much physical room to be efficient. Especially if the user is trying to manage a large quantity of notes at any single time. I would highly recommend any current Post-It note users to ...


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The Zen of Post-It notes There are three aspects of using Post-Its, or the concept there of, for personal productivity: How to you use it? What to you use it for? Why would one want to use it? The how part has already been covered to some aspects, but the others needs a little more answers. How to you use it? Here are some common alternatives: ...


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I love using post it notes as note cards in a concept mapping structure. Each post it belongs to a group which may consist of post its with the headings: Definition, lemma, theorem, corollary, problem solving technique (PST), Note/Remark, Example, Figure, etc All groups are related to one central object, usually the definition/concept, which gets ...


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I have found that using Post-Its, or even just a small piece of paper with no glue, is useful for jotting down a very short to-do list. You can only keep 3-4 items max, but as you cross them off throughout the day, you feel very productive. This is an alternative to flipping through a notebook or staring at a monumental list of to-dos across every category. ...


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To alleviate eye strain, the monitor should not be brighter than the rest of the room. So move the desk lamp around to try to brighten up the surrounding areas as much as possible. Also, adjust the contrast and brightness of your computer screen. Some other tips: If your monitor is of glare type, get rid of it -- or all light sources that reflect in it. ...



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