The experiment is over! After eight weeks of using a tablet as a digital notebook, I’ve decided if there will be a digital notebook in my future.
For a long time I was a cog in our consumer culture until a few years ago when I decided a cleanse was in order. A big one. I embraced the idea of minimalism and started getting rid of anything that didn’t make me happy anymore – and that included my enormous book collection. Here’s how I minimized my book collection, and why you might want to do the same.
A bag tells you a lot about a person, so here’s a little look into mine and what I’m going to be carrying for the rest of the month as I try to get all of my writing projects in order.
Remember when I said I was going to do something crazy and keep a digital notebook for 8 weeks? Well I have some thoughts about it – here is an update on how it’s going.
I love notebooks with every fibre of my being, and that is totally unrelated to this challenge. I’ve decided to try using a digital notebook for 8 weeks, and here’s why.
We live crazy, busy lives and it’s a lot easier to get yourself organized than you might think. Here are five easy ways to get you started.
I decided to digitally archive my old bullet journal using Evernote and here’s how I did it.
Camp NaNoWriMo is only a few weeks away! Here are my top five writing apps to get you writing next month!
How to organize your digital life and digital space to clear your mind in the new year!