For years I carried around a thin, relatively small backpack. It was able to fit a surprising number of things in it, but it’s design left a lot to be desired. It was not a bag for someone looking to carry around a portable office – everything in there was muddled together in a heap. Eventually, the zips broke and it was time to move on. I then stumbled across a sample promotional backpack at work and was given the OK to claim it as my own. It looked promising. It was clearly design for a laptop due to the thick padding on its back and internal sleeve for a laptop. However, in an even shorter timeframe this bag also succumbed to wear and tear. The shoulder straps began to tear away from the bag itself. So what now? I had long had my eye on the Evernote Commuter bag. Was this the right time to invest in quality and design?
It’s about time that I produced a Wunderkit review. It’s been about 8 months since the Wunderkit beta was made public and I have intentionally avoided writing any kind of review for a long while. For this Wunderkit review, I didn’t want to write about “this” feature or “that” feature, but instead how this tool has changed my life, because that is the true testament to any productivity system, tool or process. I’m not interested in contexts and time tracking or whatever. I want to have a simpler and more productive life.
And now I have. Here’s how it works.