Quick reminder: if you're using the word "for," use a while (two words); if you're omitting "for," use "awhile" (one word). E.g. "stand here awhile" vs. "stand here for a while".
Here's an interesting exercise if you're a writer: plan an article or blog post, take a five-minute break to read a book, then sit down and start writing your first draft. It's amazing how quickly another writer's style can seep into your work.
Quite enjoyed this video on active reading methods.
Here's something I've been doing for a while that's really handy:
- View your wish list on Amazon
- Filter the list by items with price drops
- Sort by lowest price
I keep my Amazon wish list up-to-date even though it's more effort than just hitting "want to ...
Nice to know I'm not the only one disappointed in Apple's software quality lately.
Since there isn't much information available about the Jibun Techo in English, and the sizes aren't the standards we use in the West, lots of people are wondering about the sizes of the Jibun Techos.
I only have the A5 Slim version of the Jibun Techo. There's ...
I've had my Jibun Techo for about two months now, so I've had time to experiment with how I want to use it. I still love it, but I've tried a few different ways of incorporating it into my planning setup and wanted to share what worked ...