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Monthly Archives: October 2015
Excerpted from an excellent article (if a few years old) from CHADD on using a day planner (paper or electronic) to become better organized. The article was published in 2003, and smart phones were not really invented yet, whereas they are ubiquitous now. Probably most … Continue reading
Reading Shakesville, a feminist internet safe-space that I eavesdrop on every once in a while, I found this fun idea for recording and rewarding healthy behaviors. It’s designed by a gamer (i.e., at least one generation younger than I am) and the comments have … Continue reading