Hello everyone, and welcome to Productivity Hacker. I mostly designed this blog to write about self improvement and being more productive using the Getting Things Done system by David Allen. Eight years ago, I discovered David Allen’s incredible book and I have been hooked ever since. During this time I also had just purchased an android smartphone and I was learning about the magical world of Android apps and all the cool and interesting things you can do with them. I also discovered Evernote and found it to be very useful for my needs because I could collect content from all over the Internet and organize it. I really loved Evernote and all of its features, but I found that over time, I was struggling to stay within the free account limit. I realized that there was no realistic way that I was going to be able to collect all the content I needed without having to purchase a professional account. Seeing as I was a poor college student at the time, this was just not going to happen. So I started to hunt for alternatives to Evernote, but at the time the options out there were pretty sparse and limited. After many years of research and trial and error, I was finally able to find a workflow that works for me. The results of that search, and all the knowledge that I learned along the way has inspired me to start this blog. I have a lot of shortcuts to share with you as well as some custom workflows using 3rd party apps like IFTTT, productivity app reviews, and other So please feel free to take a look around, let me know if there is anything that you like or want to see