Category Archives: Self-improvement

Weeknote for 8/21/2022

Productivity πŸ™‚ Last week I struggled with importing my Evernote notes into Notion, but I settled into a groove on transferring my Nirvana tasks. I still have a few more days of work on that, but I’m going to finish … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 8/14/2022

Productivity πŸ™‚ Last week I replicated my Nirvana setup in Notion as a starting point for my task management. This week I’ll work on moving my Evernote setup to Notion, which will transfer over both a bunch of content notes … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 1/16/2022

Productivity 😎 I got through another chapter of the Org guide. Unless something unexpected happens, this week I should have more time for it. What crowded it out the past couple of weeks were my blog posts, which have dragged … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 1/2/2022

Productivity πŸ™‚ I got through the Emacs tutorial. Somehow this felt like a major accomplishment. Anyway, it was the first step in using Org mode for my task management. And now I know why it’s called Org “mode.” A mode … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 7/12/2020

Self-improvement πŸ€” Choice architecture might help me make better everyday decisions. Continuing in my theme of social engineering, I listened to Nudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, which promotes libertarian paternalism, designing the way choices are presented so that … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 7/5/2020

Math 😐 I worked on my notes2flashcards app. It’ll give me an easier way to create lists for Anki’s Cloze Overlapper add-on. Self-improvement πŸ€” The Octalysis framework might help me gamify my life. I listened to Actionable Gamification by Yu-kai … Continue reading

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