I went to the theatre last night to see an event put on by the New Statesman with Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer. They edited this week’s edition of the New Statesman and entitled it ‘Saying the Unsayable’. The evening was a ‘celebration’ of the edition with music, poetry, discussion and readings.
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I’ve already talked on this blog about how much reading I do. Much of it involves self development blogs, articles and books as well as business books, other non-fiction and fiction. One of the reasons that I read so much (and listen to podcasts too) is to help me to work on things about me and my life that I want to change. It really helps to keep me focused, and being a ‘why?’ person it often helps me to stick at changing habits and activities by helping me to develop the underlying reason for doing something.
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I had a question on my Facebook profile from the lovely Amanda Alexander asking where I find all the interesting information that I share with my audience on a regular basis.
I promised her a blog post on the subject and here it is!
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Evernote is one of the tools that I use every day on all of my devices.
It is a place to keep your notes, articles, images, recipes, scans, sounds, to do lists, video (and the list goes on!) organised into notes and notebooks with tags to make it easy to find anything at any time.
It syncs across all your devices from your smartphone to your tablet to your computer, which means you have your notes available everywhere
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As I go through my days I often do something and think ‘I must make a note of that tip to share’ and then, as I haven’t worked out a process for it, yet, I don’t! After thinking it yet again this morning I’m going to blog about today’s tip to give me some incentive to create that process!
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We’re into the second full week of the year and we’re still in the thick of ‘new year, new you’ articles online whether that be around your health, weight, detoxing, habits, productivity, business and the list goes on!
I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions as such but I do like the ‘turning over a new leaf-ness’ (did I just make that up?!) of January, as I do with ‘back to school’ September.
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