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What the Heck’s a COOSHA?! — The Calendar App That’ll Change the Way You Schedule!

I know a thing or two about managing multiple schedules.

What the Heck's a COOSHA?! — The Calendar App That'll Change the Way You Schedule! — A Sample of Casey's Content Calendar
Here’s just a taste of what my content calendar looks like… ?

Even before we factor my family in, I’m always on the go. Between my calendar for the 9-5 filled with meetings galore; my Google Calendar with its events, its dinner and those odd social interactions; and the CoSchedule content calendar which is the only way I can keep my blog straight, managing this life is no joke and relies on great tools to get me where I need to be when I need to be there.

Of course, my family’s no better—Sarah gets antsy if she’s inside too long, and being home with both boys ’til the eldest starts kindergarten this fall, her calendar’s filled with all manner of play date, church group and doctor’s appointments that keep the days going by.

With schedules like these, it’s easy to see how things sometimes slip through the cracks.

But things needn’t stay that way, and that’s what the COOSHA team intends to prove with their free calendar app—that the well-informed and -organised family is the family keeping their hair ’til they’re old and grey!

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Dragon Dictation: The Tanzania Chronicles #3

Sometimes you don’t really have much to write; those are the times where you need to switch it up a little. Today’s voice post represents stepping away from always trying to find something momentous to write about and sometimes just taking a good look at wherever I happen to be in life.

To further the point, I dictated a little bit in Dragon Dictation to give you an idea of its accuracy.

Here’s the original text:

Cercaria looking from the voice post I’m actually dictating this post in Dragon dictation to show you just how accurate it can be and I am trying to just broaden my horizons with the making of producing content what options they have for getting things done and maybe this will be another twilling my utility belt of things they use in order to get things done I hope you aren’t Chiu saddened by the voice to listen just how ill-prepared sounds will see how that works in the future this just one of those random experiments and maybe I’m hoping I don’t know I’m waiting for three weeks to be ouch for Tanzania hopefully I can Kopelson call him beforehand.

Here’s what it’s supposed to say:

So continuing from the voice post I’m actually dictating this post in Dragon dictation to show you just how accurate it can be and I am trying to just broaden my horizons with the making of producing content what options they have for getting things done and maybe this will be another tool in my utility belt of things I use in order to get things done I hope you aren’t too saddened by the voice post and just how ill-prepared it sounds we’ll see how that works in the future this is just one of those random experiments and maybe I’m hoping I can come up with content for the three weeks I’ll be away in Tanzania hopefully I can come up with something beforehand.

…obviously I need to work on my enunciation. We’ll see how this works.

–case p.

P.S. Hey, for you folks at home, if you’re looking to do a voice post, here’s some very basic rules you should think about following that I learned from recording this one!

  1. When you’re even a little congested, the microphone will make you sound like you bwoke your node!
  2. Remember that you may have more than one mic around you. Yes, there’s one in those fancy Apple headphones, too!
  3. KISS: Keep it Simple, Stupid! Or Short. Or Somewhat-Interesting. No one wants to hear you ramble about things that only matter to you.