But I haven't written about my love of dailies yet! Gonna a need to make a page just so I can tell Terri Hopkins that such a link exists! I must maintain my facade! Once I post a link in the Facebook group, everyone will be so impressed by it... Until the click on it … Continue reading Someone Wanted a Link to Dirty Dailies
Today I got an email from Troy. His question caused me to wax philosophic about todo lists. So give it up for Troy for inspiring the first actual FrankenBlog post in a bajillion years. What the heck is a context? It's a word that Google voice recognition will NEVER GET RIGHT. But that's not important … Continue reading Making Lists That Make Sense – GTD Contexts
I'm on lunch at work. So let's go! Stock Photo Review! I need to pick a word to search... VIRUS! Super appropriate. Photo by Matilda Wormwood on Pexels.com Huh, so we've definitely been cleaning our kitchen wrong during the pandemic. I mean yeah, we wipe stuff up. But we usually save the Tyvek suits for … Continue reading Stock Photo Review #2 – Virus Edition
This coronavirus pandemic is like nothing we've ever seen before. When confronted with something so unprecedented and so complex, it's easy to apply blame and suspicion. But we should resist the urge to draw a line between our confusion and a "conspiracy." Many of us are justifiably scared and angry, so we start to look … Continue reading Sometimes Bad Things Just Happen
And so ends another year. Put it in the back with the others, Frank. We're moving on to bigger and brighter things. I mean, c'mon - 2020 sounds SO futuristic! We are officially living in the future. 42 more years and we'll catch up with George Jetson. Hell, Marty McFly went home five years ago. … Continue reading Frankenlog’s First Year
Okay, so I've always known that Germany really likes Frankenlog. It's true! Just look at those stats... Sure, the UK is a close third, but the numbers don't lie - Germans dig Frankenlog. I was so pleased today when I got tagged in Instagram by Lisa, a lovely young lady in Germany who has decided … Continue reading Frankenlog in Germany!
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Know what you need? You need a Future Log! The best part about Bullet Journaling is the variety and variation within the community. So I asked people to give me examples of their future logs and I put them together into this nice little gallery for you to peruse. Wait... What? You don't know what … Continue reading Future Log Gallery
Welcome to my master's degree class in Crisis & Trauma Counseling! I've lost my ability to listen any longer, so let's pick a random stock photo and review it. Quick, before class ends. What shall we type? Hmmmm... how about "playtime." I'll drop that in the stock photo search and take the first thing that … Continue reading Stock Photo Review #1
If you're a fan of the Frankenlog system, take a gander at this Future Log spread created by Thalia Sawatzky, a fellow member of the Minimalist Bullet Journals group on Facebook. I'm so impressed with the way she took the system and ran with it. Here's Thalia to tell you how she found Bullet Journaling … Continue reading FutureFrank – A Frankenlog Future Log!