Would you believe I actually stuck with one of my guided journals for five years? This time it was the Q&A Journal and I learned a few things along the way about myself and about journaling in general… READ MORE
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I’m lucky enough to work from home 2 days of the week. So, when we moved into our new home, I commandeered one of the rooms to be my home office. There are 2 areas- 1 for work stuff and 1 for personal business.
A novella is a work of written, fictional, narrative prose normally longer than a short story but shorter than a novel. The Hugo and Nebula Awards for Best Novella both define novellas as literary works between 17,500 – 40,000 words. Novels are 40,000 words or more. So – when you talk about the number of books you’ve read this year – do you include novellas in that total?
The “mid-year book freakout” tag has been going around the interwebs for a few years now, and we decided to join in the fun.
Clutter can accumulate in many places and now, there can also be a lot of digital clutter. Here are a few strategies I use to keep my laptop screen clear of old files and a gazillion programs.
I use my bullet journal for work, and as such, I’ve tried to keep my system very simple. I also travel for work, so my supplies can’t take up too much space. Here’s what I’m using now.
We’re keeping track of the books that we’ve mentioned here on GXO, that we’d like to read this year, and trying to give them first priority. But we’re also mood readers – so we have a few outstanding – and we’re posting about it so we can get our butts in gear. Or strike them off the list. Here’s my mid-year report.
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