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The data is in, I’m a distracted driver.

The data is in, I’m a distracted driver.

I have a confession to make, and it’s not easy. I’ve been driving like a jerk. I just found out and I feel horrible about it. I don’t speed. I don’t tailgate. I don’t run red lights. At least, not that I’m aware of. The problem is I’m distracted by my phone… a lot…  and […]

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New integration with Automatic: Track your driving time like your computer time

New integration with Automatic: Track your driving time like your computer time

Today we’re launching a new integration with Automatic that will make it possible to track your driving time just like you would any other application or website. There are SO many interesting questions that can be answered here, like: “How does your commute relate to your time at work?”, “Do you tend to log most time in […]

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Standing desks increase productivity (but you have to do it right)

Standing desks increase productivity (but you have to do it right)

“Sitting is the new smoking.” It’s an increasingly common and playfully snarky phrase coined by Dr. James Levine, director of the Mayo Clinic-Arizona State University Obesity Solutions Initiative. For anyone who’s slogged through a long, sloop-shouldered day at a desk, the dangers of sitting are intuitively easy to believe. Standing desks are becoming an iconic […]

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Two new integration updates for GitHub and Gyroscope

Two new integration updates for GitHub and Gyroscope

We’re launching some new integrations this week, giving you new ways to keep track of your time and tell interesting stories with your data. Log highlights for your code commits directly through GitHub Several weeks ago, we launched support for logging your code commits from your Git projects. It’s been pretty popular, and we’ve logged […]

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Tracking my data proved that I’m actually kicking ass (even when it feels like I’m not)

Tracking my data proved that I’m actually kicking ass (even when it feels like I’m not)

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Megan Seling, Culture Editor at the alt-weekly newspaper The Nashville Scene. It’s a world of constant tight deadlines and moving pieces – exactly the type of environment where it’s easy to lose track of the time. We asked her to share some ways that RescueTime helps her make it through the day. […]

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Making Games in a Weekend

Making Games in a Weekend

Ludum Dare is an event held three times a year, where thousands of developers come together to create games, by themselves or in small collaborative teams, in 48 hours.  You did read that correctly, their games are created in 48 hours rather than the many months or years it would usually take. I created a […]

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Using personal data to find work/life balance

Using personal data to find work/life balance

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Belle Beth Cooper. She is the co-founder of Exist, a kick-ass personal analytics platform that we recently launched an integration with. If you have ever wanted to examine the relationships between your RescueTime productivity stats and other data points such as mood, sleep or fitness, Exist is a […]

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February updates: Smarter website categorization, video tracking, email preferences, and more!

February updates: Smarter website categorization, video tracking, email preferences, and more!

We’ve pushed a bunch of new improvements out this month. We’ve been able to boost performance, add new features, and address some of our most long-standing support requests. Happy slightly-late Valentine’s day, everybody! Subdomain categorization / scoring We often see some form of this question in our support forums: I see a lot of subdomains in […]

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Keep track of your Git commits using RescueTime Highlight Events

Keep track of your Git commits using RescueTime Highlight Events

I spend a significant chunk of my work day writing code. Some of that is building new features, some of it is fixing bugs, and still more of it is going back to refactor something I sloppily threw together earlier. I’m doing a lot of different things, and it’s often hard to remember them all. […]

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How I use Trello, Zapier and RescueTime to keep track of what I’ve been doing

How I use Trello, Zapier and RescueTime to keep track of what I’ve been doing

This post covers how (and why) to use Zapier and RescueTime to create a persistent record of your completed Trello cards. If you’d like to jump directly to the setup instructions, skip to the end. Trello is the first task manager that’s really clicked with me. It’s a great, simple system for tracking things that need […]

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Now That You Quit, Here Is how To Make Money From Home

Not All Hashtags Are Made Alike: Twitter vs. Instagram vs. Facebook

Not All Hashtags Are Made Alike: Twitter vs. Instagram vs

Unless you’ve been completely avoiding social media for the last few years, you probably know at least a little something about hashtags. By adding a descriptive hashtag to your status update, tweet or upload, you make it easier for people to follow the conversation on a particular topic. And in the case of Internet marketing and growing your online presence, […]

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37 Elements of Effective User Engagement #2 – Trust

37 Elements of Effective User Engagement #2 – Trust

In Part 1 of this awesome series, I discussed how people, when choosing a blog, will always ask this question: What’s in it for me? This is important because it allows you to guide your content writing and the value you provide your audience. If you keep this question in mind, you’ll ensure you provide absolute value to your readers […]

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Facebook Business Pages

Facebook Business Pages

A Facebook page is no longer just a useful, cost-effective addition to your marketing strategy that’s “nice” to have – today’s consumer actually expects you to be there. As well as helping to shape your brand and (potentially) drive sales, a Facebook page (and a social media presence generally) helps reinforce your position as reputable […]

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Facebook Business Pages was first posted on May 26, 2015 at 3:37 pm.

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Crush Public Speaking Gigs With These Presentation Tips

Crush Public Speaking Gigs With These Presentation Tips

One of the very best things you can do for your business and for your professional prospects is to get up on a stage in front of tens, hundreds or even thousands of people and give a talk. Yes, public speaking is easily one of the most common fears and it can be even more profound than the fear of […]

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Business Elite Dining with Delta One and Michael Chairello

Business Elite Dining with Delta One and Michael Chairello

What do you think of when you hear the words airline food? I’m sure gourmet is not one of the terms that comes to mind. However, for the business class traveler, the airlines do try to serve food that is not only edible, but looks pretty good too. On my return flight from London to LAX, I got to experienced […]

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3 Things David Allen Taught Me about Productivity

3 Things David Allen Taught Me about Productivity

No matter what type of business you’re running, it’s important to be productive. Many would agree productivity is vital to increase business growth because you’re getting things done necessary to build a solid foundation. However, for some, productivity is very difficult because of their environment. For example, I found it very difficult to make the transition from office to home […]

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How to Become a Fashion Blogger

How to Become a Fashion Blogger

Whether you possess a talent for dressing up thrift store finds or you drool over every month’s issue of “Vanity Fair,” a fashion blog provides you with a creative outlet for your sartorial style. Provide photographic inspiration, detailed how-tos, or retail recommendations, follow these simple strategies to become a fashion blogger. Find (And Illustrate) Your […]

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How to Become a Fashion Blogger was first posted on May 22, 2015 at 8:02 am.

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What Kanye West Can Teach Professional Bloggers

What Kanye West Can Teach Professional Bloggers

Love him, hate him, or love hating him, Kanye West has become an incredibly divisive figure in the music industry and in popular culture at large. There are many people who disagree with who he is, what he does and what he stands for, but just because you disagree with a person doesn’t mean that you can’t learn something from […]

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10 Ways to Get More Optins

10 Ways to Get More Optins

There is no way you’re going to see the success you really want to achieve without getting the most out of your email list. But, before you can even get there, you have to be building it. Now, the question is, are you doing enough? Building a huge list is a lot more work than ...

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Make Money Online with Your Own Zazzle Store

Make Money Online with Your Own Zazzle Store

One of the greatest things about the dot com lifestyle is that it can be achieved in so many different ways. The Internet has had the incredible effect of leveling the playing field, giving everyone the opportunity not only to make money online, but to earn a very comfortable living doing so. And yes, this includes busting the myth of […]

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