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This podcast pulls back the covers on being an independent interior design professional. We look at what it really takes to be successful, and how your definition of success is the only one that matters.We dig deep into systems & processes needed to manage this complex business. Not only will we dig deep into the business process, we will explore the mindset it takes to run a business.Through this podcast we hope to educate, collaborate and support you to intentionally design your life and your interior design business.
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Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson with former journalist and CEO of She’s Newsworthy Media Jennifer Singh. Jennifer helps women entrepreneurs gain exposure in the media. As a journalist, she noticed that more men were getting tv spots and exposure than women. She believes part of this issue is related to a woman’s imposter syndrome that she often feels. Jennifer also coaches women to overcome their insecurities and find what makes them stand out. She helps women entrepreneurs on how to put their best foot forward on podcast interviews, presentations, and on-camera training.    Jennifer offers many workshops to help others in their entrepreneur dreams. She includes one on one help as well as group activities. She offers a variety of options because she knows everyone needs something different in order to succeed. As we all have different learning styles.Jennifer knows the key to success is reaching all different platforms. So it is important to her that women know how to land podcast interviews and tv spots.  So, join Crystal and Jennifer as they discuss how to successfully start landing media spots. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and discover why you are “newsworthy”.How to reach Jennifer:Website – shesnewsworthy.com Instagram – @shesnewsworthyRecommended podcasts:Abraham Hicks, BizChixs and Turning Point 
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson is with interior designer Hollis Rendleman.   Hollis creates an experience in the home that is purely based on how her clients want to feel when they are in their own space. She has advice for creating more soothing office spaces in the home by adding comfort items or scents. For example, if you find velvet to be soothing then perhaps a velvet throw pillow is a small item to add that will create a more soothing workplace in your home. Hollis elaborates on different ways to get clients to talk more about how they want to feel in their home instead of just explaining their likes & dislikes. Hollis has had experience as a social worker and a retail clerk which has created this desire to tune into people’s feelings. She has truly found her place in the market and is using these skills effectively to create custom interiors for each of her clients. However, getting into the interior design world and creating her own business has not always been easy. Like many, It was not always easy, and she had to push herself to pursue her dream of being her own boss. After a year of starting her own business, the pandemic hit. Like many, she struggled during that time, but thankfully, she was able to find ways to expand her business. She hosts workshops online to help people create more relaxing environments in their homes and helps others reach their full potential in their designs. The moral of the story is, there is no perfect time to start your own business, but once you found your calling, it’s time to dive in and just begin somewhere…the hardest part is starting. So, join Crystal and Hollis as they talk about Hollis's journey to interior design and creating a wonderfully relaxing home. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and find what items you can add to your home that will make you more at peace in your home.How to reach Hollis:Website - hollisrendleman.com and hollisrendleman.com/workshops Facebook- HollisRendlemanInteriorLinkedIn-hollis-rendleman Instagram- @hollisrendlemaninteriors  Recommended podcasts:Boom! Lawyered, Lovett or Leave it and Pod Save the World
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson with entrepreneur and owner of Alchemy Accounting and Bookkeeping Services, Michelle Cooper. Michelle is an author and business owner who helps businesses create profit and lift themselves out of poverty. She discusses how she went virtual in her work over the years, but especially when COVID hit. Shifting to work virtual has allowed her to work with people from all over the world and support others in all aspects of their bookkeeping needs. QuickBooks has been instrumental in helping Michelle stay on top of her business in assisting others with their needs. Michelle also has her own blog with a multitude of advice for businesses. Some of her best advice is teaching others how to turn a profit instead of letting their bills and expenses take control. Michelle has seven key points to help you in your business endeavors. She starts by taking a look at your mindset to find what you are truly saying about yourself and your business subconsciously. Start by clearing your mind of the negativity your subconsciously thinking about your business. What is your profitability on your price point? Where is your spending going? Who are you paying and what are you paying for? Must Haves? Convenience? What is this? Where are you discounting your services to get clients? What is your team doing and where are their hours going? Developing important and better relationships with your vendors. What is your client’s lifetime value? So, join Crystal and Michelle as they talk about how Michelle can improve the mindset of your business, and how you can turn a profit on your business. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and listen to this episode of The Productive Designer. How to reach Michelle:Website - alchemyaccounting.ca LinkedIn- michellebcooper Facebook- businessamongmomsRecommended podcasts:Mind Your Business, Run Like Clockwork and Real AF
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson with fellow podcaster and sales expert Nikki Rausch.  Nikki is an expert on sales with more than 25 years of selling to such prestigious organizations as The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hewlett-Packard, and NASA. Nikki is dedicated to teaching entrepreneurs and small business owners to sell successfully authentically, without being pushy or “salesy”. As Design professionals our job is not only to sell our services but our ideas and concepts too. Whether we like to admit it or not, a lot of being a Designer requires us to know how to communicate and convince our Clients to buy-aka “Sell”.Nikki suggests asking a lot of questions, the more you get a potential client to talk the more you can learn about their particular needs. As you begin to build a rapport, you are establishing a relationship with them, so that they can get to “know, like and trust” you, because people will buy from people they “know”, they “like” and someone they can “trust”. So, join Crystal and Nikki as they talk about how to change your mindset on your sales approach. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for, by listening to this episode. Grab Nikki's free resource below. Free Resource: yoursalesmaven.com/designer How to reach Nikki:Website - yoursalesmaven.com/podcast/ Amazon- Nikki-Rausch LinkedIn- nicolerauschInstagram- @your_sales_maven Recommended podcastsUnlocking Us, The Brainy Business and Andy Stanley Leadership podcast
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews fellow interior design professional Ellen Smith. Ellen works in the New York and New Jersey area to help people find the perfect additions to design and decorate their homes.Ellen has discovered a way to help others find the perfect furniture for their homes without having to be in their geographical area, which has been an advantage in the current pandemic. Her services include selecting paint colors, fabrics, furniture options, and more. Ellen’s business model is such that the client then has to hire their own painters, movers, and contractors to complete the onsite work. She simply assists them to find what they are looking for, she does not participate in the process of installation. She prefers to meet on Zoom and assist her clients virtually.  Ellen strongly believes you have to trust the process. The process may take numerous meetings, but the most important thing to remember is to not give up if you do not find the perfect options immediately. Sometimes it takes trusting the process and trusting the interior design professional to find what you are looking for.  So, join Crystal and Ellen as they talk about Ellen’s online strategy helping you see how working remotely is possible even for interior designers and decorators. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and think about how you could expand your business reach by working remotely. How to get in touch with Ellen:Website - ethanallen.com and ellen-smith-designer-ethan-allen Instagram- @misse.designsRecommended podcast:A Well Designed Business
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson with fellow interior designer and podcaster Rebecca West. Rebecca had a multitude of jobs and experiences before stumbling upon interior design. Following her divorce, she looked around her home and decided she needed to change her space into something seriously happy. She is a successful interior designer located in the Seattle area, and she recently featured Crystal on her podcast Creating Your Happy PlaceRebecca has been successful in her design endeavors and believes part of her success is knowing who she wanted to design for right away. She wants people to create spaces in their homes that make them feel safe and happy. With that in mind, her business quickly grew, and she was very intentional in her hiring selections. Now she has seven people in total that work for her. These positions include someone to focus on the administrative part of the business and affiliated designers that she can refer clients to when they are out of their geographical area. Rebecca has lots of advice, great tips on hiring, and encouragement for fellow designers. So, join Crystal and Rebecca as they chat about how Rebecca decided to change her life, how she hired, and who she designs for. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and create a space in your home that makes you seriously happy. How to Get in Touch with Rebecca:Website : podcast/creating-your-happy-place, happystartsathome.com Instagram- @seriouslyhappyhomes  Facebook- seriouslyhappyhomesRecommended podcasts: The Hidden Brain, TED Radio Hour, Creating Your Happy Place
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson with fellow interior designer and podcaster Rebecca Hay where she has found new ways to continuously grow her design business. She is an expert at marketing. A wiz at adapting to changes in life, including what to do when a pandemic takes over the world. Rebecca will talk about how she got the point in her life where she felt called to be an interior design professional. She now had over ten years of experience in the interior design world but she's still learning to be encouraged by others, instead of comparing herself. Moreover, she discusses business and how she’s used time blocking to keep her focused. This idea of time blocking is one Crystal has talked about in a previous episode. Rebecca’s design business is also successful because she does not do it alone-you need to hire a team. She points out that the biggest lesson is learning to get help. And, have others do the work that takes too much time away from your important tasks. She still oversees the creation and content of her work. She continuously find ways to better her business has been her best decision. In her podcast, Resilient By Design, Rebecca finds immense success in teaching others online. She provide tools and motivation that Designers often need, to move the needle in their business.So, join Crystal and Rebecca as they talk about starting a podcast and how they manage their time. Listen to this episode then head on over to Resilient by Design podcast to hear the other half of chat. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for. How to reach Rebecca:Website : rebeccahay.com/podcast/  and rebeccahay.com Instagram : @rebeccahaydesigns and @msrebeccahay     Private Facebook Group for Designers  - http://tiny.cc/designcommunity Twitter : @rhaydesigns Recommended Podcast:Tobi FairleyAmy PorterfieldTim Ferris
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews financial education specialist Ashley Fox. Ashley is the owner of Emplify which is a social enterprise created to change the perspective of the role of money on people’s lives. Ashley graduated from Howard University and worked as a Wall Street analyst. While working on Wall Street, she was inspired to teach others how they could be doing more with their money and make money while they are sleeping. She explains that it’s not always about working hard to make more, but instead, it’s about working smarter. Whether you’re a small business or just a middle schooler wanting to learn, Ashley has some good tips and tricks to get started right away on investing.  She has several programs to help all ages learn how their money could be doing more for them. In this episode, she will give a few tips specifically for small business owners. So, join Crystal and Ashley as they discuss financial tips, her programs, and different mindsets to better your life. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and find out more about how you could take your business to the next level.   How to Get in Touch with Ashley:Website : empify.com Facebook: empify Twitter: @EmpifyInstagram: empify  Recommended podcasts:How I built thisAbraham Hicks
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson with fellow podcasters Ruthie and Bekkah. They are the hosts of Business Talk Sister Gawk where they focus on learning about entrepreneurship and putting things to the test. They love business and specialize in helping entrepreneurs reach their full potential. Bekkah is the owner of Wise Elephant Consulting, and she aspires to assist others to succeed in their entrepreneurial dreams. She first focuses on marketing and then dives into other important aspects of the business. Bekkah is always learning and growing. She is constantly finding new methods, objects, technology, and more to help her in the workplace. From there, she discovers all the important aspects and will learn the ins and outs. She is a pro at researching and guiding others to the right tools to help them. Check out their free resources here Entrepreneur Tools & Tips  Ruthie is a certified Dave Ramsey financial coach, and she focuses on how to help others financially. Whether it be to pay off student loans or save more for retirement, Ruthie helps people plan their financial future in a way that will help them reach all their hopes and dreams.  She’s helped others pay off over $140,000 of student loans, and she continues to help people become debt-free. So, join Crystal, Ruthie, and Bekkah as they talk about their business podcast, and how these two sisters are constantly helping others. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and listen to Business Talk Sister Gawk to see how you could push your business to its fullest potential.  How to reach Ruthie and Bekkah:Website - businesstalksistergawk.com Apple podcast - business-talk-sister-gawk/id1499391038 Facebook- businesstalksistergawkInstagram- @business_talk_sister_gawk Recommended podcasts:RuthieHow I Built ThisVacation Rental MachineThe Leadership VisionBekkahPlanet MoneyScrew the Commute
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews fellow interior designer and furnishings Curator Renate Ruby. Renate lives in Seattle, assisting interior designers and design enthusiasts striving to live a beautifully real life.Renate endeavors to bring wisdom and logic to others by educating people on the value Designers have. She believes that Designers often devalue the price of the furniture that is selected instead of taking into account their value in the design. She also explains that her business is meant for clients that are looking for high-end quality. She does not believe in the idea of buying a sofa and replacing it two years later. She wants others to buy something of good quality that will last for years to come.  Renate believes the Designer’s value is not only in selecting beautiful pieces of furniture, but educating the Client on the economic value of a piece of furniture, and the issue with poor quality pieces. As you listen in, you will hear Renate’s point of view that you might find yourself agreeing with completely or shaking your head. Whether you agree or not, Renate will enlighten you with facts and a position on furniture manufacturing that you may have not previously considered. She also has analogies that will get you thinking from a new perspective about your work. So, join Crystal and Renate as they talk about her furnishings business and help you see the value in your design services. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and think about how you can be helping the environment and economy.  How to reach Renate:Websites : brume.house   I    adorn.house    I    valuing.design Instagram : brume_house Recommended podcasts:Hidden Brain    I    Shankar Vedantam    I    Fresh Air
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews business coach and entrepreneur Elyse Tager. Elyse specializes in helping ambitious women reach their career goals and dreams by changing their mindset, coaching them in their career, seeing their full potential in the workplace. Elyse wants all career-driven women to realize their value and see their full potential. She wants to teach others how to move from a “worker bee” mindset and lifestyle to a “CEO” powered individual. She brings wisdom and perspective about the female mind, explaining how to break habits to live the life you want. She also informs us on the natural female tendencies and the nurture aspect of our brains. These hardwired tendencies can bring many benefits to the workplace that many do not even realize-we just need to change our perspective. Elyse suggests that if you want to be a CEO, you have to start acting like one. In short, Elyse is here to take you and your career as far as you want to go. The brilliant part is, you get to decide how far that is and what success means to you. Every person’s goals and successes are different, and she is here to guide you in finding the perfect work-life balance for your life.  So, join Crystal and Elyse as they talk about women in business and help you gain some ideas to take your business to the next level if that is what you want. Now, do something today that your future self will thank you for and start acting like a CEO. How to reach Elyse:Website - elysetager.com Facebook - tagerstrategyInstagram- @elysetagerLinkedIn- elysetagerRecommended podcasts:Fresh AirHow I Built ThisTed Radio Hour
 Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews real estate broker, radio host, and entrepreneur, Kipola Wakilongo. Kipola started off in the real estate game younger than most, but she seems to have found success thanks to teaming up with REMAX Équipe Dynamique.  Kipola started off by saving all her money and then used her savings to invest in a property, which quickly turned into two properties. She’s only been a real estate agent for four years, but she has helped over 100 families, mostly first time buyers find homes. Since the days of the pandemic started, she has used this time to increase her social media and digital usage for her company. This allows her to work despite the conditions of the pandemic, and she has learned to adapt and evolve to the situation around her. According to Kipola, if you are not trying to go online you are most likely getting behind because everyone needs a social media presence these days.  Kipola is a driven serial-preneur that wears many hats. When she’s not investing or working in real estate, she offers advice to other entrepreneurs. This includes advice on how to build more of an online presence, and according to her website, everyone should have a professional photo shoot, this is required for you to portray a professional imageSo, join Crystal as they dive into Kipola’s diverse life and offers suggested ideas of what your next step in your life or career could be. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for, listen to this episode so that you can begin taking the next steps in bettering your career. How to reach Kipola:Website - kipolawakilongo.comTwitter- @wakilongokipola Instagram- @wakilongokipola Facebook - shepublicrelations Recommended podcasts:Joe Budden's and Gary Vee
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews app designer Sam Smith. Vishion is a small business in Charlotte, North Carolina that is dedicated to creating a colour search app to help designers find pieces of furniture, wallpaper, paint, and more based on colour. Sam is not an interior designer, but she got the idea for Vishion after she was trying to find a piece of furniture based on a particular colour she had in mind. During that struggle, she realized it was difficult to find pieces for the home based on their colour instead of their function. This inspired her to create Vishion, a search engine for designers to find their interior needs based on colour. Vishion is currently partnered with Sherwin Williams to help you find the perfect paint colour to match your needs. It’s as simple as typing in the colour you want and suddenly choices of chairs, wallpaper, rugs, and more are brought to your screen. After you’ve made a selection, it brings you to the website where it is found, and you can purchase your item directly from the seller. Originally, Vishion started as just an app for your phone but during quarantine they expanded to starting their own website. As this difficult time during the pandemic progresses, Sam has more ideas for expanding her business. So, join Crystal and Sam as they dive into Vishion and what is has done for interior designers. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and join Vishion to get connected to other like-minded individuals. How to Reach Sam: Website - vishion.co Facebook - VishionCoInstagram - @vishioncoRecommended Podcasts:How I Built ThisPod Save AmericaAngel podcast
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews kitchen designer Amy Dillon a longtime friend and fellow Sheridan Interior graduate. She is a winner of the NKBA design competition. She has been featured in “Style at Home” magazine and “House at Home” online.Amy is the lead designer for Aya Kitchens, and she has been with them for 14 years. She works with architects, other designers, and custom builders. She takes on media related projects including working with VIP clients. Aya Kitchens is a semi-custom Canadian cabinetry company, and semi-custom allows the clients to pick from the Aya Kitchen catalog while still having it made specifically for their home. Amy will explain her experience in kitchen design, the difficulties she’s had, and her tips for working with other designers.  So, join Crystal and Amy as she explains how she works, how she guides clients in potential choices without them feeling overwhelmed, and how effective clear communication is key.Do something today that your future self will thank you for and learn some new tips from Amy that might help you in your kitchen design needs. You can reach Amy at the head office for Aya Kitchens, on Instagram @thehonestdesign, or at her blog thehonestdesign.com. Recommended podcasts:Rebecca Hay and Michelle Obama podcasts
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews fellow podcaster and interior decorator Michelle Binette. Michelle is the owner of Michelle Binette and unlike many interior design professionals, she is self-taught.  Michelle fell in love with the idea of interior decorating & design after doing her own home renovation.  She has aspirations to have her own home design show one day and has been contacted for casting several times. In her early days, Michelle often felt out of place with her designer colleagues until she started her own podcast. After hosting her own podcast, she felt accepted because she was helping the listeners, gaining more knowledge from others, and now has some “street cred” to her name.So, join Crystal and Michelle as they discuss their podcasts, what parts of interior design they avoid, and different methods of approaching their business. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for.How to Get in Touch with Michelle:Website : michellebinette.com Instagram : michellebinette.designFacebook : michellebinette.designRecommended PodcastsArmchair ExpertThe Bachelorette Podcast
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews Katie Gutierrez. Katie is the co-founder and lead designer of Errez Design Studio. Errez Design is eleven years old, and it is one of the forefronts for determining how the home can impact your wellness. She is also the creator of the Biographical Designers Collective where a group of interior designers is led on a journey together guided by Katie to discover each individuals’ strengths.  Katie’s specialty is helping individuals feel as comfortable in their homes as possible. The goal is to create a space that suits the needs of their backgrounds, life stories, and personal requirements. Their best work is not staying up to trend or creating modern spaces, but instead creating spaces for their clients that reflect the client’s true selves.  Katie digs deep with her clients often by sharing a meal together to help them feel they can open up to her in a safe setting. She also works on her own truthfulness, so she can easily discover if others are being honest with themselves, as she has worked hard on her own authenticity. By getting to the vulnerability, she is able to create a space that meets a person’s needs for safety, well-being, and individuality. This makes each client have a one of a kind home that represents their perfect place to live. Also, Katie helps other designers find their strengths and weaknesses through the Biographical Designers Collective. She facilitates this group throughout the year to guide, teach, collaborate, and build a community together. Her work with the Biographical Designers Collective allows others to grow in their interior design work and to discover their authenticity. The Designers Collective meet virtually and is comprised of people from all over the world. So, join Crystal and Katie as they dive into collaborating with others, and what biographical design means. You might want to grab a pen and paper for this episode as Katie gives some of the best tips and tricks, she’s discovered over the past ten years. How to Reach Katie: errezdesign.combiographicaldesign.com Recommended Podcasts:Real Talk DesignAwaken Your Inner SuperstarThe School of Greatness
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews interior designer Robin Daly. Robin is the owner of Robin Daly Color & Design which is an interior design firm group based in the Pacific Northwest in the United States. Robin started working with colour and design when she was fifteen by selling paint and wallpaper for her family’s paint store. Unfortunately, the store suffered greatly during the Recession of 2008, and the store was never able to recover from its losses during that time. In 2018, Robin and her husband made the difficult decision to declare bankruptcy and close their family business permanently.  After closing the family business, Robin decided to start her own company Robin Daly Color & Design. She started off doing colour consultations and working mostly on the colour spectrum. However, soon she began adding design consultations, e-design services, furnishings, window treatment, floor planning, and so much more. Robin’s business is only in its second year, and her profit has exceeded her first year’s already.Robin is now not only making money, but after years of shame and unhappiness, Robin finally feels joy in her work again. She no longer feels the shame that she once did, and she feels successful in her current state. In other words, sometimes starting over is the hardest thing to do, but it will be the best thing for you in the end. So, join Crystal and Robin as they have a real, honest conversation about her life and what changing her business has done for her. And then, do something today that your future self will thank you for and find out whether you having feelings of shame or joy in your current life.  How to Get in Touch with Robyn:robindalycolor.com                             Facebook: robindalycolorPinterest: robindalycolor                Instagram: robindalycoloranddesign Recommended podcasts:Business of DesignA Well-Designed BusinessWTF with Marc Maron
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson interviews interior designer Ashleigh Clark from Ashleigh Clark Interior Design Group. Ashleigh began in business in Ohio in May 2019, and she now has grown to a firm of six.Ashleigh began her interior design journey working for a local interior design firm, and this is where she was able to build her skills and clientele. After another designer and herself left, the designer started a company where Ashleigh was able to get the first-hand experience on how to run your own business successfully. Ashleigh then started her own firm, one of her first hires was an Assistant to help run the business in a systematic approach. So, join Crystal and Ashleigh as she explains the tips and tricks, she has for running your own successful business. She will include why she chose an hourly based pay, why she has an accountant on payroll, and how she felt when she first began her business. Do something today that your future self will thank you for and learn some new tips from Ashleigh that might help you in your own interior design business. You can reach Ashleigh on Instagram at ashleighclarkidg. Recommended podcasts:A Well-Designed BusinessBusiness of DesignBoss BabeThe Cereal Episode
Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer host Crystal Collinson will discuss the importance of Time Blocking. She will go over what time blocking is, how she uses it effectively, and different ways it can change your workflow.  Time blocking is scheduling out your days or weeks to set aside a certain time for tasks; such as social media, marketing, budgeting, current projects, and more. Time blocking is designed to put all your focus on one task at a time, so your mind is focused. It also helps challenge yourself to complete tasks during that time frame, and in most cases, you will find that it makes your workflow faster. Crystal will explain how she uses her planner to set up her time block schedule, how she focuses on one project at a time and limits herself to her schedule. However, she will also give examples of when or why there can be some flexibility in your time-blocking schedule. She also gives a few different suggestions to help match you to what will work best for you. So, do something today that your future self will thank you for and learn how you can use Time Blocking to enhance your workweek.  Resources:Time BlockingTime Blocking (what it is nd how to do it) (plus apps)Cal Newport, author of Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted WorldApps for blocking distractions:Self-control appFreedomFocus WriterStay Focused FocusCold TurkeyTime Blocking Apps & TemplatesTimeBlocTime Blocking Planner Templates
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