I’m in a similar boat here, but have observed the almost-reverse beyond the classroom.
Matt Brems
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Thanks, Matt. I’m actually a big fan of paper and always have been. But as I said, pick the right tool for the job. My typical workflow is to keep my Moleskine handy and use it as a brain dump, and then if there’s anything I want to keep “permanently” I take a photo of it with my phone and put it into Evernote. They key is to find balance (just like everywhere else in life). Thanks for the comment and hope you’re doing well.

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