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Analogue v Digital - to do lists and random notes

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Analogue. Not even the merest whiff of digital!

I've never got on with any digital way of keeping track of 'to do' items. For a start, I often need to have them linked to a specific day or week, and I don't use a digital calendar, so that's a bit of a non-starter. And even if I did, the learning curve needed to work out how to have a task assigned to a specific day or week is so much more than writing it on a Post-It note and sticking it in my diary. Or just writing it on the weekly list in my diary.

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Working from home during the pandemic

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

After the “Covid 19” e-mails, the internet has now turned to telling us how to work from home.I have been lapping these up. (Spice is less impressed.) Even though I’ve been working from home for a couple of years, I wouldn’t pretend that I have it all sorted out. It’s interesting to read about how others manage and whether I might find something that would work for me.I will admit to having had a good laugh at one or two.“My partner and I are disciplined about maintaining routine and respecting each other’s space. While I work in the home-office, my...

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Counting your blessings, line by line

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Taking a moment to scribble out a few of the good things experienced each day really does make a difference, because there is always, always something that made life worth living, even on the darkest days.

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Bumbling along

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Journaling as a comfort. Keeping me sane in a crazy world. Oh - and a chance to win a giveaway.

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Analogue v Digital - Book stuff

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

I've already talked about how I plan/write books here and here. And it will come as no surprise to learn that I will be using the Page One book for planning upcoming novels. But what about 'other stuff' around writing?

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