I love my son. Without a doubt, he is one of the few best things that ever happened to me. The smiles he brings into our home and the giggles and laughter (and even sometimes the fits he throws) all ultimately bring loads of joy into our home.
20 mos. old and practically a toddler, he’s running around the house and repeating words and short phrases. By the time he’s in bed and we’ve wrapped up dinner, its usually only a few hours until we need to hit the hay ourselves.
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You know how sometimes you’re searching for a recipe, and you find what you’re looking for… but first the author has to tell you a 850 word story about the last time they made the recipe, and how much everyone liked it?
Well, this isn’t that. You’re welcome.
I like my cold brew concentrate a little stronger, over ice, so if that’s what you’re looking for, read on!
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I recently found inspiration in Reddit, of all places. I stumbled back into the social network mostly out of necessity, as it’s the only real community where solid support for some applications I use exists (Niagara Launcher, Notion).
In my perusing, I found some fantastic ‘subreddits’, including, but not limited to, r/ProductManagement, r/EDC, and the ‘sub’ where I got some inspiration for my new organizational method, r/bulletjournal.
You might have read the title for this post and thought to yourself, “Everything Notebooks? If it’s used for everything, then why do you need more than one?”
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An Unsolicited Digital Commentary
I said goodbye to mainstream social media a long time ago.
If you’ve stumbled into this article, it’s likely that you hear statements like the one above fairly often. I’d like to say that the more time I spend talking to people about this subject, the more people I find have converted from an ‘active’ to ‘recovering’ user status.
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