@gregmoore cool sculpture!
@gregmoore cool sculpture!
@annaleen this sounds rad!
@cdevroe thank you! I hope you'll give it another go 👏
I started doing weeknotes earlier this year and it took a little bit to settle into a shape and process I liked -- and to remember what things I wanted to track during the week. It helped to have a purpose behind the tracking: I wanted to get a feel for how much I realistically accomplish in a week, so I started with "stuff I did" and added other sections from there.
Now that I've decided on the major chunks I want to include, I set up a template draft at the start of the week so I can add definitions and dinners as I go, because there's no way I can remember them for a week without writing them down. I track my reading on Goodreads and cross-reference from that each week because likewise, can't remember on my own 😉
I do mine on Friday evenings because it works well for me mentally to close out the week then, but I think picking any consistent time that you can commit to spending 15 or 20 minutes most weeks would work fine.
@cdevroe I want to start including some music stuff but haven't pinned down the best way or exactly what I want to track
@cdevroe no, I haven't! My blogging processes are not very efficient or good, I suspect, so I'm interested in hearing others' 😉 My weeknote process is fully manual -- I leave a tab open all week and add some things to it as I go, then flesh out and polish up before posting.
@agilelisa I liked so much else about it but wish she'd centered it on a different villain or changed the resolution.
@palousegeo a deserving throne they've got going 😺
@KimberlyHirsh agreed, it was great! I'm a big Cat Sebastian fan 😀
@moonmehta thanks, it was fun to look back through my archives 😊
@jayeless ugh it's the worst 🥱
@Annie I'm so sorry Annie! What a sad day 😔♥️
@dandycat I'll need to replicate this theory at length 😸
@odd agreed, I'm looking forward to it!
@KimberlyHirsh @odd 👀 that definitely sounds worth checking out! I need all the help I can get to exercise enough. I don't seem to get the runner's high from exercise other people talk about so I have to find other motivations 🤷♀️
@KimberlyHirsh sounds promising! I love they used a spoon on the cover, thank you designer for doing your research 👏
I am here for these books challenging paradigms and offering gentler, kinder ways of doing things. Last year I read "How to Keep House While Drowning" and "Organizing Solutions for People with ADHD" and together they were life-changing for recalibrating my relationship with my house and my stuff.
@ningkantida good texture 😃
@jomalo fun perspective!
@palousegeo this looks like a nice spot to be on a sunny afternoon 😀
@pip cool spot!
@dandycat SO TRUE
@UndamnedOne Floret Farm's Discovering Dahlias -- it's by a flower farm north of Seattle that breeds their own flower varietals -- I bought it mostly for the pictures 😉 but it has a lot of info about growing dahlias