My biggest complaint is getting content out of Paper. We love it at Wildbit and it’s a joy to use when collaborating with others. The only issue we use it as a temporary space for our documents.
Meeting notes and project plans are fine, but the experience is a little more frustrating when working on a blog post or email…
I’m a big fan of the concept of a commonplace book as well. But while I prefer my ideas and plans to be on paper, my commonplace book fits better with digital tools. Day One is my weapon of choice.
But the nice thing with the concept itself is that it works well with the tools you enjoy the most!
The power of keeping a journal is not only in the recording, but also in the reviewing.
So I prefer a mix of manual & automated entries. I don’t need to write down that I went for a run today: my tools can do that for me. But I can write down how I felt that day or the details of a conversation with one of my children.
That’s the key question, isn’t it!
I don’t have a perfect answer. Although salvation is an instantaneous process, sanctification is anything but. It’s messy and drawn out for most of us.
Some of the steps I listed here would be areas I would focus on. Most important is changing my motivation, going…
Truth be told, as our family gets older, a lot of these times have shifted to the evening. Now that my kids go to bed much later, the natural progression has been to staying up later a few evenings a week to find this time of quiet and stillness.