- Don’t forget snail mail ~ "Skype and phone calls are a great way to catch up, but at times it can be difficult to line up two people’s busy schedules." That is so true!
- Letters from one generation to the next
Miscellaneous ~ So far I really like the Bullet Journal; after using up the space that was left in my little spiral notebook I decided to try a Moleskine (one of their sets of 3 little notebooks) so I can keep experimenting with it without forking out lots of money. And I'm still trying to decide if using a bound notebook (like the Leuchtturm) is best or if I should use something like a Filofax or Day-Timer so that I can move pages of lists to another book (i.e. my TBR list) to keep them together.
- 33 Days Later: an Update on My Use of the Bullet Journal Method Task Tracking System
- Tim Challies has been doing a series of blog post on how to get things done & has had some good suggestions. After reading his post on Finding the Right Tools, I've decided to give Evernote a try (so far, so good but I've only been using it for a few days). And the jury's still out on his tips in Using Your Calendar Effectively because I still need a large calendar by the phone to keep track of all my husbands doctors appointments & lab tests, dog obedience classes, family get-togethers, etc. for my "master schecule" and then I add them to Google calendar, my cell phone's calendar & Bullet Journal.
- patrickrhone: The Dash/Plus System
- B is For Bullet Journal
- This is encouraging: Letter of Confession to Bent Meyer & Paul Petry from Mars Hill Elders.