Science says multitasking hurts our productivity. Here's how multitasking keeps you from your financial goals, too.
Today we found some great articles on the right way to multitask, products you should definitely buy online, and the things extremely likeable people do.
We’re more connected now than ever before — but be careful! Sometimes your smartphone can do your career more harm than good.
These less-than-awesome habits will take a terrible toll on your mind. Be honest — how many are you guilty of?
Here's yet another reason to give up on multitasking — plus a simple productivity plan to do instead to help you get stuff done.
The evidence is clear that multitasking isn't very productive. But that doesn't mean multitasking isn't an efficient use of time — if you can learn to juggle.
You probably aren't very productive if you're multitasking. But if you follow this time-management technique, you can make multitasking work for you.
Life hacks are clever little tricks that promise to save you time or money. But these "hacks," while clever, could make things worse.
From extending battery life to keeping your iPad extra safe and more, these multitasking cases help you get the most out of your tablet.
A person who manages to work at home while caring for several children under age 5? Well, that's someone who has a few good time-saving suggestions.
Think twice before you put "good at multitasking" on your resume — that just means you're good at being distracted. Here's how to actually work efficiently.
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