Stress, exhaustion, and an inadequate amount of free time frequently accompany a busy lifestyle. We wanted to illustrate how efficient organization can lighten your load, as well as offer easy solutions to maintain organized habits.
London, UK (PRWEB) January 26, 2015
Glass, a life-managing app by independent development team, Slide Rule Software, released an infographic this week that reveals the best and most effective ways to organize a busy life. Glass focuses on stress-free organization by itemizing larger projects into singular duties. It also assists in prioritizing by automatically placing users’ most urgent tasks ahead of less important ones for seamless appointment planning.
“We created this infographic to bring attention to how much time is lost due to disorganization. Our app, Glass, not only eliminates this wasted time, but alleviates the overwhelming sensation that often derives from work and daily responsibilities,” said William Petty, founder of Glass and CEO of Slide Rule Software.
The infographic, entitled, “How To Organize A Busy Life”, lists 8 ways to simplify your style of living and provides concrete steps in achieving these actions. It retouches on the importance of arranging priorities and also mentions some tips on preparation for future events and tasks.
“Stress, exhaustion, and an inadequate amount of free time frequently accompany a busy lifestyle. We wanted to illustrate how efficient organization can lighten your load, as well as offer easy solutions to maintain organized habits,” said Petty.
“How To Organize A Busy Life” is posted on various sites all over the web, and can be viewed at http://sliderulesoftware.com/glassplanner/infographic.
Glass is available for free on iTunes.
William Petty is a London-based developer, and CEO of Slide Rule Software. He studied computer science at Brown University during the first stages of Macintosh computers. After graduating in 1985, his interests skewed from the tech industry and he became more involved in traditional businesses including real estate and restaurants. This encouraged Petty to create Glass, as he became more interested in organization and planning rather than technology.