sunday 08-02

What If Our Political Swing Did Not Swing From Side to Side

But stayed closer to the middle?

As a Writers I Consider OneNote My Most Important Tool, and You Should Too.

With the OneNote application I can “Collect Once Read Many Times on Many Devices,”   The collection opportunities comprise typing, talk to text, scan, grab a screenshot, take a photo, draw, or grab sound, there might be other things I’m forgetting. This article is not a how to but a why I use OneNote and… Continue reading As a Writers I Consider OneNote My Most Important Tool, and You Should Too.

5 ways I changed my habits to work smarter and created more time for me

Photo by Drew Beamer on Unsplash Doing one, many, or these 5 habit changes will create more time for you to…  (fill in the blank), for me it’s write more.   1. I stopped doing what I can and started doing what I want to do.   Fearlessmotivation.com has a great article about Matthew McConaughey’s Motivational Speech and… Continue reading 5 ways I changed my habits to work smarter and created more time for me

Life Lessons: Life is not always fair – but we survive

We all want our lives to be perfect. Photo by Jonathan Hoxmark on Unsplash But the difficult parts of life help us grow and learn.   There were four times in my life that did not seem fair to me – two times they changed the rules without my input.   Two times were from a spouse, and two… Continue reading Life Lessons: Life is not always fair – but we survive

10 years ago I stopped writing goals and that was a mistake.

Photo by Robert Baker on Unsplash   Well, maybe it was not a real mistake. Having retired 10 years ago and thought I did not have to have a Plan or Goals. What really happened was there was always tomorrow to do whatever did not get accomplished today. I had a very flexible plan in my head with… Continue reading 10 years ago I stopped writing goals and that was a mistake.

I remember: Early Phone technology – landline and cell phones

Photo by Donald Edgar on Unsplash Landlines  The first phone I remember at our home was a black rotary phone, the phone came in both wall and desk. The phones originally only appeared in black, shortly after phone came in colors. I recall Red, yellow, blue, green, white, and pink, there may have been others, don’t remember. With… Continue reading I remember: Early Phone technology – landline and cell phones

I remember: Music Delivery Technology

Very Early Radios had Vacuum Tubes Photo by VanveenJF on Unsplash Radio I remember the early Tube Radios which were rather large pieces of furniture. Over time, with the invention of the transistor it reduced them to a smaller footprint and even table top devices. And later hand held battery operated music dispensers, and we became Disc Jockeys… Continue reading I remember: Music Delivery Technology

I remember: Computers and other technology

Photo by Alessandro Vallainc on Unsplash   Mainframe Computing to Cloud Computing “There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope. We give them a turn and they make new and curious combinations. We keep on turning and making new… Continue reading I remember: Computers and other technology

Helping my 94 year old friend setup his new learning tools

Photo by JD Mason on Unsplash   What keeps Bob going every day Bob turned 94 in January 2019.  Bob’s obsessed with two things golf and bowling. What keeps Bob going every day, his obsession for getting better at bowling and golf. Bob forgets that he’s 94 and cannot do either like when he was 74. Bob will… Continue reading Helping my 94 year old friend setup his new learning tools