Since last week’s Weeknotes was amiss, this is more of a two weeks’ note. Truth is, not much had happened in the previous week and I had been rather busy, hence I kept things short during that week.
A few weeks’ ago, I planned to improve my handwriting skills, and I managed to make some progress on that part, which considered my departure place seemed rather easy. I thought to try out a Bullet Journal and also move my “Quote Collection” and stuff over to a handwritten collection.
The Bullet Journal things seems fun, but also rather labour-intensive. At this point it is still too new to me to say whether it works or not. What is nice though, is to use pen and paper. Turns out I like not-staring at a screen to get some stuff done for a while.
Also, and here’s a sentence I wouldn’t have used a month ago: I have a favourite notebook, I like the Leuchtturm 1917 much much more than a Moleskine, and a preferred ink color (Blue).
But this is all an experiment still, so let’s see where this will lead me to. Using pen and paper though, is by no-means cheaper than anything digital. Good notebooks are expensive, good pens are too.
This is easy. Holiday is getting closer and there are only a few major things going up during the next week and then the school year should be wrapped up.
During this week I started reading “Atomic Habits” by James Clear. It is a great book and there are a lot of interesting things in there for me.
- The folks of iA tweeted a “A Wheel of Adjective Emotions″ which is interesting (via the Newsprint).
- Want to hear Chewbacca talk?
- A Finnish Neuroscience study has revealed where we feels emotions in the body. Interesting.
- Before I started the Bullet Journal thingy, I dabbled (again) with .org mode.
- Automaters Ep.23 about Drafts was insightful. I was happy to learn a lot of new things about Drafts. Especially since I now finally have an action which can automatically link to a Draft in my Task Manager (not the BuJo of course).
- Here’s a great Lego AT-AT, just because. And as a bonus the “Stranger Things” Lego set. Things like this, kind of make me wish I both more time and money on my hands.
- Also I learned about the folding paper thingy. I folded some bills and managed only 5 times.
This is easy: nothing, zilch, zero. No time for that.