Tag: Organization


Wunderlist—How to Stay Organized When You’re Super Busy

Posted by Editors Choice in Seth Whitehill, Technology Reviews. No Comments

22nd April

You sit in school and wonder what you’re going to do after the last bell rings. You know there are things to be done, but you don’t know the priority or the details. All the while the loads of laundry are climbing and the grass is growing taller. You know if you don’t get your bedroom cleaned, it’s not going to be a grand time being grounded, all the while your unfinished homework keeps piling up. You have to figure out a way to compile the things you need to do in one place, but you don’t keep paper around anymore because you use your phone more than anything.

The app Wunderlist is what you’re looking for. This app is available on both Android and Apple platforms. You can use this app for the simple to-do list to keep track of … Read More »



Conquering Clutter

Posted by Sarah Hudspeth in Hyphen. 4 comments

14th March

Two ten-pound weights, one tennis racket with a bag of tennis balls, two umbrellas, one yellow legal pad, one screwdriver, four plastic forks, one vacuum cleaner, hand lotion, one VBS lanyard, seven pens, and a stick of deodorant.

You might be wondering what these random objects have in common, so I’ll be the one to tell you. Each of these items was in my car. You see, I only had the car for about a year and a half, but I recently totaled it and had to gather my belongings. I always thought I kept my car fairly neat and tidy—besides some grass here and there that gathered in my floor mats. That was until I had to take everything out.

I began realizing how much I had collected in my vehicle after I began taking some of these objects … Read More »






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