The BuJo/bullet journal’s intense flexibility provides THE answer for organizing published blog posts. The trick to successful implementation requires knowing both your workflow and foibles, incorporating steps to respect each.
Courtesy Alert: BookJigs = fab clipOn ribbon bookmarks. Bumped into a sale this morning at the creator’s site. $6 → $3. Perfect for notebooks and journals, especially re bullet journals. The ribbon itself is sufficiently long to handle just about any vertical-length book you toss at it. UPDATE: This seems to be a frequent sale, as in almost constant. https://franklin-mill.com/collections/bookjigs-bookmarks?page=2 Scroll down on page 2 (of 2) to see the handful on sale. PayPal, CC, and I think I glimpsed Apple Pay. S/H = a flat $5.99 (to NC). BookJigs have proven so handy I stocked up. 🤗
If you’re annoyed by the types of (non-)messages typically sent through Messenger, or worried about the potential for virus infections courtesy of payloads sometimes hidden in what appears to be a dancing gif, you now have an avoidance solution.
Implementing Pinterest’s “Rich Pins” feature on your wordpress.com site pulls additional info per pinned item, such as title & description. Rich pins also auto-update, reflecting your changes to the related post subsequent to the pinning. Finally, your assigned title follows the pin, immune to changes by anyone but you, the post author. Here’s your cheat sheet to implementing that feature on your Wordpress.com site.
Short & sweet: Last week, I mentioned a new channel in IFTTT → the iOS Calendar. Google Calendar served my tracking needs until iOS muscled its way into the automation ‘hood. With gCal, one calendar served as receptacle for any and all IFTTT applets. With iOS Cal, organizing bliss blossoms thanks to the ability to select a calendar per applet. UPDATE: gCal has joined the pick-the-specific-cal-desired parade! 💃🏽 Examples: Provided an IFTTT channel exists for the app you want to automate, the possibilities astound. Tracking, productivity’s BFF.
Automation fun, courtesy of IFTTT. Choose the specific calendar desired, to receive a completed ToDoist task, Reminder, phone call, and/or more.