The part where I explain stuff
Quick Note: If you have never used Sublime Text before I strongly suggest you go there first. Click here for my previous blog. It is a definitive guide to Sublime Text 2, how it works and what the various plugins I use do. It contains many many video guides.
I am a fanatic when it comes to customising my editor. For me personally, I need it to be moulded to how I work, and things need work exactly as I expect them to. Because of this, I routinely make a myriad of changes and improvements as my workflow evolves. Because I work on multiple computers, making any change to my workflows or programs means that I then have to replicate that change onto my other computers. Any efficiency gains I get from the evolving my workflow are then negated because I have to perform this dance over and over.
It is something I wrestled with for some time.
Ultimately I ended up with two completely different editors because I simply could not be bothered to continuously update all of my instances of sublime text to match each other.
A solution to this a colleague had (Credits for this little piece of genius go to Craig Thomas @tinyBigIdeas) was to have a single portable version of sublime text in Dropbox. This enabled me to have the same program synced across all of my machines and more importantly; I only have to change stuff once!