About Jennifer Stewart

I have been empowering my clients to understand their computers and technology tools since 2011. This is my passion: Helping my clients create those lightbulb moments when their life suddenly becomes easier because they have learned something new about technology and their digital world.

The Beauty of Email Auto-Responders

    Did you know that almost every email program allows for auto-responder/vacation messages? There are several ways you can use this feature in your email.  Some are straight-forward, but a couple are “outside the box.”   Send automatic responses to notify senders of: When you’ll respond to their email A time of day or ‘within 24 [...]

By |2020-01-23T11:52:34-06:00January 23rd, 2020|Blog, Productivity, Tech Organizing, Time Management|0 Comments

Resolutions or no resolutions: that is the question

Are you someone who makes exciting resolutions that seem doable at the time, but by February, you've given up? Here's a great article from Women's Health to help you make more sustainable (and meaningful) resolutions: 45 New Year's Resolution Ideas That Will Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet Or maybe you're someone who has done [...]

Holiday Cards the Easy Way

The holidays are here again, and many of us dread the whole holiday card process. We love sending heartfelt notes to our family and friends, but who wants to hand-address tons of envelopes? Have you considered printing labels for those envelopes? I promise it's not as hard as it sounds. The best way to do [...]

What is Microsoft OneNote?

So many times I hear about people who have seen the Microsoft OneNote icon in their Microsoft Office suite, but they have no idea what it is. What is Microsoft OneNote? Microsoft OneNote is an electronic binder (or notebook, as they call it).  You can compile electronic information from emails, websites, documents, videos, and much [...]

Email Folders: Should I use them or not?

Over the last month, I’ve presented on email management multiple times. It remains one of the most popular and necessary topics for teaching productivity. Most professionals continue to spend at least 1 day a week, and usually more, dealing with all things email. A huge thing that's changed over the years in email productivity [...]