Signed up for Prime (again) to be able to watch “The Wheel of Time” and was happy to realize that also all seasons of Doctor Who are available. Been missing that.
The 1989 Batmobile… Let’s do this.
Showtime: minus 50 min.
Finished reading the audio-book of Clive Barker’s “Mister B Gone” during the night. Who thought the life-story of a demon could be both grizzly and fun. The book was read, performed in fact, by “Pinhead” actor Doug Bradlely (Hellraiser), who I was delighted to learn, also has a series of classic horror stories he’s performing. Great! 📚
And no, I didn’t burn the book.
Update yet one more day later: still fiddling with getting that to work better. I can’t be helped.
I have been using pen and paper with the Bullet Journal Method successfully and efficiently for more than two years now and have a setup that I would describe as damn near to perfect for me. Which is great. So naturally it was time therefore to give Todoist another try.
I don’t know why I’m doing that.
It’s that time of the year, another carved out pumpkin. Some how I feel the design is the same every year. Maybe the next one will be different.
But anyway, happy Halloween.
As I’m tinkering with my blog’s design I realized how much is now possible with the new features in the Gutenberg editor. I’m kind of looking forward to see what’s going to be possible once Side-Wide editing is released.
I have read quite a few books by V.E.Schwab during the past few years and today I finished “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue”. Needless to say that I enjoyed it. It is a very compelling story. 📚
I wrote a lot, if not too much, about my constant back and forth between various task-managers, but for quite some time I am happily using Todoist. One of the funnest features of it is the Karma system. For a week or so I tried OmniFocus again, but was totally missing getting Karma points every time I check-off a task and quickly switched back and haven’t looked back since.