Life under Lockdown or: what to do when there’s nothing you can do

Life under Lockdown or: what to do when there’s nothing you can do

It’s quarantine day 7 today. I’ve been from home since Tuesday, this will last until April 13, at least. I’m used to working from home and prefer it to most other ways of work (like office life), so this is not a problem for me. If I need something I can call my co-workers and [...]

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: “The Bullet Journal Method” by Ryder Carroll

Reading: “The Bullet Journal Method” by Ryder Carroll

“Studies have suggested that we have 50,000 to 70,000 thoughts per day. For context, if each thought were a word, that means that our minds are generating enough content to produce a book Every. Single. Day. Unlike a book, our thoughts are not neatly composed. On a good day they’re vaguely coherent. This leaves out [...]

These heavy boots are not made for walking – meeting Oskar Schell …

These heavy boots are not made for walking – meeting Oskar Schell …

I mentioned it before, Wonderguy gave me Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer as another part of our ongoing series "Goin' to New York". At first I was skeptical because I fear the child protagonist: many authors I read (Brothers Grimm, anyone?) use child characters to teach their readers a lesson, and the last [...]