The MOST Important Thing To Do Today

to do task planner

This task manager tool is designed to help a business owner track important things that they want to accomplish in specific areas of life. You can use it on dead trees (paper) or electronically (Google Doc or Spreadsheet or Word or Excel) . It’s sized for a full size sheet of paper. Please feel free to add it to your workflows, modify it or share it as much as you want.

Would you like me to create a Custom Word or Excel Template like this for your business? Talk to me!
Enjoy!

Web Development History

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About

Sue Darby

Sue started coding before the internet was popular and didn’t even realize it. She was 8 when her parents brought home a TI-994A console system.

It was chosen over the Atari as there were educational games in the line up of available titles. It was also chosen because it could be programmed.

At first her dad did the programming but over time Sue started to also get in on the fun programming Matilda and later on other small things.

Fast forward to high school and the introduction of an IBM based PC along with a 1200 baud modem and websites became the facination as well as chat rooms and research. “Get off the computer, I need the phone!” was probably her mother’s biggest complaint at some points.

As time went by Sue did more and more with old school HTML and a little bit of CSS. She then discovered WordPress and for a long while, while raising her own children, used that CMS to manage 14 websites of her own.

Now Sue would like to apply all this experience to your website and build something that will increase your bottom line.

Web Development History

Shirley’s Creative Designs Summer 1995 In the summer of 1995 I became interested in creating websites and started developing Shirley’s Creative Designs.  Sue’s Tiny Costumes Fall 1995 In the fall of…

Project Planning

Planning a website is an incredibly important task. Without at least a skeleton of a plan you jump from task to task and run yourself in circles trying to put…

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Open source tools are great alternatives for new businesses. If you are bootstrapping your business then free and low cost open source tools are the way to go. Most if…

Blog Post Planner

This Blog Post Planner Tool is designed to track the skeleton pieces of post topics and outline your posts. If you are at all like me multiple topics hit you…

Weekly Planner

This is a full size weekly planner. It has no real bells or whistles to it but sometimes a simple planner is what we need most! Feel free to add…

Shopping Comparison Tool

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1and1.com