Category: meaningful

bartender, a meaningful macOS app

I won’t lie. There was a time I thought Bartender 3 is just a luxury. But after using it for the last 14 days, I have to take my words back. Bartender 3 lets us organize our menu bar apps, by hiding them, rearranging them, or moving them to the Bartender Items.

Warning: It does not serve drinks!

What do you need to do?

Select the menu bar items you would like to show in the menu bar, show in Bartender menu bar, or always hide.

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focus, a meaningful macOS app

This Mac application has been around since 2014, but I found about it very recently. Focus is a very simple application to block distracting websites and other Mac applications.

What do you need to do?

Add the websites and other Mac apps you would like to avoid in the Focus preferences. You can schedule automatic Focus sessions or use it as a pomodoro timer.

Activate it just before you set into work. It is very simple.

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what i learned from David Lelliott

Back in December 2016, I met David Lelliott. He was the then British Deputy High Commissioner in Chandigarh (my city). That day he shared his experience of being a British diplomat with us.

Source: British High Commission India

He called it “Seven Lessons from Seven Postings”.

The seven things I got to learn that day were:

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