So, where was I? Right.The red flag list. Preamble at Reasonable Expectations and So, What’s Important?
It’s been about six months since I hit my limit with trying to cram too many things into not enough time. Time being the insurmountable factor.
On the path to a computer life of reasonable expectations, there will be distractions.
I could make a diary out of successes and failures at handling them but it would be quite long so I’ll cut straight to the tips because I know everyone’s in a hurry. … [continued]
I have no delusions about getting to the bottom of my 12 Inboxes. Some of them I will, others I won’t. What’s happening here is a spiral, starting from the top. In other words, it’s a downward spiral. … [continued]
Maybe it’s just me, but …
Since I know a lot of us are post-60 or post-70 or 80 this is an idea for the organization of reasonable expectations for the geriatric crowd, of which I am one. … [continued]
Of course, my goals for the new year are to reduce stress AND be more productive. In other words, all I have to do is work from morning til night and be totally relaxed at the same time. … [continued]
I decided I’d try to do a Randy Seaver and increase my blog subscriptions to a couple thousand and follow them every day, too.
First I had to find his secret. Either he has way more time than the rest of us, or he’s got a secret.
Family Tree is coming, in all its technical glory. They say. I have faith. And then we’ll be able to share our data in a happier way.
I’m smitten and here’s some reasons you should be too. … [continued]
For those of you who are following the MRIN Filing System I left one part out of the PowerPoint presentation.
With all files sorted into MRIN folders, there’s only one thing left; my genealogy database. Scary huge place that is, OMG. All the notes and events and research and everything. … [continued]
What I’ve been doing lately is trying to make something useful of my bookmarks. It’s not another bookmark manager that’s needed; it’s bookmark management. … [continued]
Here’s the ActionOutline alternative to yesterday’s mind map plan. … [continued]