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Information About Toggl Downtime on April 1st

On Wednesday, April 1st, we had to make the difficult decision to take service offline in order to perform data maintenance.

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There’s No Place Like Home Work: Tips for Designing a Home Office

A well-designed home office can make all the difference between getting that one thing done and napping for 3 hours.

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The Ultimate Guide To Time Management Strategies

Our ultimate guide to the top 15 time management strategies. While they certainly won’t be a fix-all, they can help you take some power back.

Comics

Little Red Riding Hood Teaches Programming [Comic]

Little Red Riding Hood was a story about not trusting strangers. Programming is about not trusting anything – especially yourself.

Productivity

Identifying and Solving Productivity Bottlenecks when Working Remotely

Identifying and removing productivity bottlenecks is essential for remote teams to be able to do their best work.

Productivity

Why Do We Glorify The 80 Hour Workweek, and What Can We Do About It?

How do you efficiently manage to work an 80 hour workweek? You can’t, and you probably shouldn’t try.

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Is Remote Work Really as Green as It Claims to Be?

As frequent travel and location-independence become more common, can telecommuting still claim a positive green environmental impact?

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Heroes and Villains of Software Development [Comic]

Backend is not the hero we need, but it’s the hero we deserve.

Toggl

Top 20 Tech Conferences to Attend in 2020

Not sure which events are worth attending? We have you covered. We’re breaking down 20 of the top tech conferences for programmers, designers, and marketers.

Work / Life

Are Remote Workers the Future of Green Business?

Looking to run a green business? Offering work from home opportunities to employees could be one of the best things you do for the environment.

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How Many Hours in a Week Should You Work?

The answer has less to do with your schedule and more to do with your time management skills. 

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Why Starting Small Is the Best Way to Break Bad Habits

If bad habits were easy to break, nobody would have any. It’s tempting to aim for big, bold change but it’s usually better to take it a small step at a time.