Here is the link to my current Kofi update post. #MRHKofiUpdate
Been practicing with Google Docs Voice Typing so I can finish my books and other projects. And I need to finish an afghan for a friend. It's nearly there. Woulda been done 'cept for the fact I used a Picot stitch and to date have ripped out every single row since I started the very first stitch in the wrong spot. And can now count to 183 in my sleep with pauses to mark 50, 91 and 100 to help count. Course this doesn't help when the stitch is not next to the chain 3 but within the chain 3 foundation stitch. Six weeks for a crib size afghan is the pits. Why oh why didn't I just do a plain ripple stitch?
Well, my plans and ponderings for the past month have born a bit of fruit. Most probably would have been more of a harvest if I'da just focused on one thing at a time. Yeah right. Changing the habits of a lifetime isn't for the fainthearted, let me tell ya.
Still and all, my bullet journal is the longest functioning planner I've ever used in my lifetime. And it has helped me a lot. Thanks Ryder Carroll. And Laura over to HTGYST for introducing me to this method.
I've always had a bajillion books, papers, computer files etc for tracking my doings, writerly or otherwise. My Bullet Journal has simplified my life. I can see at a glance whether or not something is worth it for me to do and leaves more time in my life for Family, Friends and things I really love to do.
And those bajillion books have morphed down into just eight, yep, 8, notebooks and my computer files have quit duplicating themselves, thereby saving me the hassle of trying to figure out which is what or who dunnit and how could things have gotten to this point? Slowly getting rid of the "everything must be saved In Case I Need It" mentality. Didn't know I had it to the extent I did until this method came along to show me the error of my thoughts.