"Some people make lists of things they need to do. I write down what I have
done. Being chronically afflicted with a sense of never accomplishing enough,
this device is tremendously illuminating. Each day starts at the top of the page
with month, day, and day of the week printed. The entry itself is
useful record for reference. All sorts of things merit a bullet on my lists and
I frequently find myself flipping back to look up something.
Moleskine cahier as my notebook’s baby brother. Together these two small
notebooks are my brain. I wish I’d developed this system years ago.
read ebooks and to organize addresses. It’s quite useful, but when I need to
think, I need pen and paper, to flip pages through my contemplative fingers, to
compare and to assimilate, to feel all that information is right there and not
at the mercy of a dying battery…"
"Readying a New Notebook"
By Rana K. Wlliamson
Visit her blog, "Notes From an Eclectic Mind"
Image: "Kink in the bookmark" by Visual Impact
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