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
Digital minimalism principles for better sleep: spend more time outside, less time on the phone, and sleep better. Read this to get a research-based perspective. Reducing nighttime light exposure is a common sleep tip. Light is often coupled with using
Some disadvantages about e-ink tablets and e-ink monitors for academic reading, writing, and note-taking. Are they worth your time? These days, we spend extended periods in front of a computer screen. Constant exposure to backlit devices can feel draining.
Arrival Fallacies, PhDs, and Goal Management Tennis games move quickly. The starting stance for tennis is about being light on your feet and ready to move in any direction that your opponent sends the ball. In high school, my tennis
Annotate, summarize, process, and produce. This is my ideal workflow for going from reading articles to completing manuscripts. These steps get me to my first draft. Reading is fundamental for developing new and interesting ideas. As a sleep researcher
I manage my work schedule with three key tools: my task manager, note-taking app, and calendar. Without proper maintenance, my task list gets cluttered. I currently work as a postdoctoral research scientist who specializes in sleep research. There will