We haven’t talked about favorite apps in a while — so let’s get to it! What are your favorite apps in 2019?
Have you been trying to limit screen time for yourself? We’re talking about policing kids’ screen time over at CorporetteMoms today, but digital detox is important for adults too…
We recently rounded up several good ways to cut the cord and say goodbye to your cable company forever, and today we thought we’d take a deeper dive by sharing 10 tips to save money on subscription services of all sorts — both the ones you already have and the ones you might be considering cutting. … Read More about 10 Tips to Save Money on Subscription Services
For those of you with Apple watches, what is your favorite spot to get watch straps for Apple? I was intrigued to see that Kate Spade New York makes some, including this beige and white version for a 38mm watch. (Kate Spade watch straps all seem to be for the 25mm or 38mm version; those … Read More about Coffee Break: Kate Spade Apple Watch Straps
I have always wanted a simple way of tracking habits — and I don’t know why it took so long to come out with an app like this for the iPhone. Now that I’ve found this one, which is called the Done App, I’m never letting go because it’s perfect. It’s very easy to track … Read More about Coffee Break: Done App
Cutting the cord and freeing yourself from that monthly cable bill is becoming more and more popular — people choose to do it not only to save money, but to avoid dealing with cable companies, who have earned their industry the title of most disliked in the country (along with ISPs). Kat recently decided to cut … Read More about How to Cut the Cord: The Streaming Services And Devices to Consider
As I’ve mentioned in the past, I love Remember the Milk for a lot of my to do list requirements, but I still have my complaints — one is that it doesn’t work with Siri; another is that it doesn’t let you do nested to-do lists (so you can break a project into pieces). A … Read More about Coffee Break: Things
Here’s a question: is a “smart home,” connected and automated via various apps and devices, cool — or does it strike you as creepy? For those of you who have automated/connected your home, what products do you love the best? (I know there will be many who have a “no way no day” attitude here, … Read More about A Smart Home: Creepy or Cool?
2018 Update: We still stand by this advice on the best LinkedIn settings — but you may also want to check out our latest discussion on LinkedIn, including how to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile in 2018. Ladies, do you sometimes feel a little intimidated or confused by LinkedIn privacy settings and LinkedIn … Read More about The Best LinkedIn Settings for Job Hunting
I don’t know about you, but I’ve seen a zillion tips on how to use Evernote and other note-keeping apps — but all seem geared at freelancers or entrepreneurs. So we thought we’d do a roundup of some top tips for busy working women, but we want to hear from you guys: DO you use Evernote or a similar … Read More about The Busy Woman’s Guide to Using Evernote and Other Note-Keeping Apps
2017 Update: We still stand by these tips on home security for women, but you may also want to check out our more recent discussions on safety for professional women, including the best personal safety apps for women who live alone. We haven’t talked about home security systems before, and a recent comment thread spurred us … Read More about How to Choose a Home Security System
This is another entry in our very occasional feature on household items — see our previous discussions on the best sheets, best towels, indispensable kitchen items, and more. Ladies, what are your favorite portable speakers — whether for use at your office, around your home, or in the great outdoors? I’ve been on the hunt for … Read More about Household Wednesday: Best Portable Speakers