A brief series on why And How I write. Notes This blog series developed from several influences. A few of them include: Mason Currey, Octavia Butler, Austin Kleon, Langston Hughes, and Hugh MacLeod. I posted a couple of other tiny
What motivates you to write? There are only a couple of creative habits that I try to practice every day. Writing is both of them. In the mornings, I journal. Lately, I’ve also been taking time to read and write
Personal meditations on tools for creativity, productivity, and time. I wanted a new device, a new app, a new something. I had fallen prey to a common productivity trap, looking for a new tool to solve all of my problems.
A Three Part Note-Taking Series Note-taking is fun. Most of my writing starts as a note somewhere. It might originate from my academic work or my morning journaling. These notes often form the basis of long-form, polished writing (e.g., manuscripts,
You can certainly “just use Apple Notes” for internet-based referencing and writing. Here are some practical use cases. There’s a lot of talk about tools and note-taking in the creativity space. In effect, tools are just tools. They may help