Using a Traveler’s Notebook as a Bullet Journal (and more) – first impressions

Using a Traveler’s Notebook as a Bullet Journal (and more) – first impressions

As I stated in my last post regarding my February update, I bought a Traveler’s Notebook to use as my new main Bullet Journal and Notebook system. There are two main reasons for doing so. For one, it’s a question of size and format. While I absolutely love my Dingbats Bullet Journal in regards to [...]

Reading: too many books at once …

Reading: too many books at once …

Right now I’m reading about 5 books at the same time – different books for different moods, different mindsets, different levels of mental capacity. As you may have guessed this does not work out very well, meaning it does not look like I’m about to finish a single one of those books anytime soon – [...]

Reading:”American Gods” by Neil Gaiman

Reading:”American Gods” by Neil Gaiman

Yes, I know, there is no need for another sort-of-review of any of Neil Gaiman's books because there are already thousands of highly qualified musings about his work out there. He is a prolific writer, has a wide, diverse and also devout audience (of which Wonderguy is a proud member) and countless different platform—a lot [...]

Reading: Miriam Toews “All my puny sorrows”

Reading: Miriam Toews “All my puny sorrows”

  I finished Toews’ book yesterday and I still have Elf and Yoli with me, somehow. I laughed a lot; I cried several times. This is a story about mental illness, surviving, and letting someone go. This is a story about suicide and survival, about intentionally leaving this world, even though there would be no [...]