Posts by David Perez

5 Journaling Prompts for Self-Reflection and Discovery

Looking for ways to lift your mood and improve your mental health? Journaling might be the answer. Making a habit of writing in a self-reflection journal can help you manage stress and start each day in a positive frame of mind.  If you’re not sure how to start journaling, and the idea of staring at a blank page sounds a bit daunting, we’ve got you covered. Here are five journal

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Q1 Roundup: Find the Right Info When You Need It With Our Latest Updates

A roundup of updates, including new ways to prepare for meetings, focus on your to-dos, and be more productive on your tablet, Apple M1, and Android devices.

5 Ways Evernote Can Help You Prepare for a Natural Disaster

Natural disasters can happen suddenly and without warning. Here are 5 ways Evernote can help you and your family be more prepared.

Juggling Multiple Projects? There’s a Better Way.

Get an instant overview of your most important projects and workflows, right from your Home dashboard. Filtered notes widgets make it possible.

Turn To-Do Into Done With Tasks

You’ve seen how Evernote helps you capture information. Our latest feature, Tasks, makes that information more actionable to help you be more productive.

Break the Monotony to Spark Inspiration

Extreme focus can cause mental tunnel vision and block inspiration. Openness to new experiences can break monotony, spark inspiration, and boost creativity.

How Evernoters Use Evernote: Darrick Gets You Sorted

Want to make your daily life a little easier? Evernote’s Darrick Price shows how he beats information overload and stays productive with less effort.

6 Ways to Save Money in College

With the cost of tuition, books, and supplies, college budgets can be tight. Here are 6 smart ways to spend frugally & save money while in college.

How Excessive Pressure Steals Your Productivity (and How to Take it Back)

New habits—even those that increase productivity—can fall apart under pressure. Learn how to bolster productive habits by thinking bigger than yourself.

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