Tag: Everyday Tech

10 Tips to Be More Productive

It’s almost year one of quarantine and extremely hard to stay productive, now of course our self-worth should not be measured by how productive 1. Turn off the Notifications on your phone Truth is you don’t need them, if you’re being real with yourself 98% of those notifications are irrelevant and just give you anxiety. Notifications are designed to distract…


Hey I’m, Joy Valerie <img src=”https://buildwithjoy.co/wp-content/uploads/elementor/thumbs/Untitled-design-2-oq5rpp7w9d5utolhiifo55xmdlg4gqlbqshat4yxr0.png” title=”Untitled design (2)” alt=”Untitled design (2)” /> <p style=”text-align: center;”>I’m a Digital Operations &amp; Business Intelligence Strategist.  TLDR ; <strong>I’m</strong> <strong>your new nerdy friend that loves systems, data, productivity apps – and making $$$</strong></p><p style=”text-align: center;”>My passion is working with <strong>Social Impact Entrepreneurs</strong>, Educational Content Creators, &amp; Community Builders.</p><p style=”text-align: center;”>I’m here to show…

5 Alternative Tools To Secure Your Privacy Online instead of Whatsapp, Google, and Zoom

Here are 5 Alternative Tools To Secure Your Privacy Online instead of Whatsapp, Google, and Zoom. If it is free it is because you are the product. This is something to keep in mind, we often think of the internet as free. There are real costs associated with it, from fiber optics, data centers, engineering, and operational costs. However, we’ve become accustomed to thinking of the internet as “free”. Companies may allow you to access their tools for free but this is because they are harvesting and using your data to sell to advertisers. I spent much of my career in advertising technology trafficking and targeted advertising campaigns for ideal clients. Many do not realize the power our behavioral data has on these apps and online.