That’s me! Well, it’s not “me”; I’m not defined by depression, but it is a significant part of me that I have to manage the best way that I can. What’s there to be depressed about? I can’t decide if this is a fair question, or one that shows a complete ignorance of mental health […]
I have to admit that at this point in time, email checks me. I like to think that I am good at email… I generally respond quickly to emails. I take action on emails and get them out of my inbox as quickly as I can. I try to respond as quickly, thoroughly and helpfully […]
A while ago I downloaded iGTD. I used it to put aside the things I’d rather be doing than studying for exams, so I could do them in the holidays. I also wanted to get used to the software before I started my rather busy year this year, in the hope that I might feel […]
Paper or plastic? I love diaries! Filofax, cheaper filofax-like products, Moleskine… it’s all great! My husband uses his computer: Google Calendar and iCal. We have a few shared calendars on Google Calendar, which means that I have to make sure that the things in my diary are on the calendar so that we both know […]
Over the last few days I been on a trip getting things done. It’s been totally cool to know there’s a bunch of things I want to get done and I’m just working my way through them. One of the keys was to get going with iGTD. I cruised through the tutorials, read some other […]
When I was studying for the HSC (final high school exams) I alphabetised my CD collection. Does everyone do that? Does everyone find normally silly or mundane tasks scintillating and satisfying when there’s something worse to do?