I’d started jotting down some notes for this post and had thoughts of sharing broader commentary, but the more I wrote, the more I felt my words getting in the way of the message as delivered.
We all struggle with "should I or shouldn't I," when the answer is almost always: "five minutes ago when you first thought about this. That's when you should have started."
Created to describe uniquely in-between situations that “may be irregular” but are “certainly not outlandish”.
Years of radio silence leaves one with more than a few fresh stories to tell. A lot has changed, a lot more is on the horizon.
More than a few things are competing for your attention while trying to capture this annual event.
I'm beyond embarrassed by the number of books I have on my Kindle whose pages have yet to see (as it were) the light of day. Physical books on my shelf sit half–or completely–unread. It's a sad state of literary affairs over here.
Remember to read the fine print folks. Set reminders for your trials so you can unsubscribe if you so choose. Set. Reminders.
3 quick tips to address Apple's Magic Mouse 2 lag/stutter in Mojave: keeping it charged, proper mousepad use, and system files you can nuke ↓
Jodi Ettenberg (of quitting-your-job-to-travel-the-world fame) said something of her own writing which I found to be truly insightful...
I have a reading list over 3000 items long. And I've finally come to accept I'm never going to make it through the list in any meaningful way. 😔