It’s time for the weekly dose of Productivity Articles!

What’s the idea behind our weekly Productivity Articles Roundups?

As you add more activities to your daily routine, it can be quite a hassle to keep track of progress and make sure that everything is done correctly. It’s a short way to start being overwhelmed and feel under pressure, which may result in chaos. 

How to deal with it without any effort? It’s easier than you think, all you have to do is to choose the right support!

Our mission is to write and post worth reading articles full of useful tips and life hacks. Self and work time improvement is our priority, so we want to inspire all our readers and motivate them to start to increase their time management skills and make them more productive.

Sharing wisdom and knowledge doesn’t only mean that we post articles where we provide our tips and hacks. We also want to listen to the people and their needs to meet their expectations entirely.

As a result, we give you excellent productivity, time management, and self-improvement roundup full of advice!

What are the best Productivity Articles this week according to our team?

5 Google Docs tricks that will boost your writing productivity – by Tom McNamara

It’s not easy to maintain the highest level of writing productivity, meet all the deadlines and still have time for friends and family. Read the article by Tom McNamara and find out the best Google Docs tricks!

How to March Through Your Day Productively and Not Get Lost in Cyberspace – by Helmut Sachs

A few simple but powerful tips on how to spend our days productively. Because sometimes we don’t need extensive guides but life lessons!

3 ways to test in production promptly and productively – by Gerie Owen

As much as Agile and DevOps changed development, they also shifted testers’ roles – to the right. In this post, Gerie Owen offers three ways to evaluate apps in production to find failures.

Are you a workaholic? Detach and be more productive – by Emma Seppälä

In this Article, Emma explains why it’s the time to slow down a bit at work and relax to achieve the maximum level of productivity.

Why Eating Pizza Makes You More Productive at Work – by Kit Warchol

Are there any pizza lovers? We found you an article explaining why you can eat the pizza without remorse! 

How to Actually Get Sh!t Done With a To-Do List – by Shana Leibovitz

It’s not easy to maintain the highest level of productivity, meet all the deadlines and still have time for friends and family. Read the article by Shana Leibovitz and find out why it’s better to manage all your duties with to-do lists. 

How to Manage Your Day to be More Productive in Ministry – by Daron Dickens

Working in Ministry? Here are some of the great tips that will skyrocket your daily productivity and help boost efficiency.

How to Be Productive When You Get that Friday Feeling – by Joanna Zambas

Feeling lazy on Friday morning? We all know how it is! Check this post written by Joanna Zambas and find out how to fight with the pre-weekend tiredness! 

5 Items to Keep Your Team Productive in 2019 – by Madison Carter

Still looking for the perfect solutions for how to make your team more productive? Luckily the technology can help you a lot – check these 5 items!

10 Time Management Tips To Be More Effective With Your Time – by Quickboost

Are you dreaming about having an extra hour per day to meet the deadlines, do all the housework and fulfill other responsibilities? We are, but we also know how physical laws work. That’s why we found a post full of time management tips to help you master the productivity!


If you want to send us your favorite productivity articles, time management, and self-improvement articles, please feel free to do it. Leave them in comments, can’t wait to read the tips you love!

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Ola Rybacka

Author Ola Rybacka

Social Media Manager at TimeCamp, copywriter, content designer. Loves books and jazz/rock/celtic music. Ph.D. and speech therapy student. Find her on Twitter: @Pidzuchna

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