Every now and then, when she needs inspiration, a friend of mine (hi, Kara) makes a trip to the office supply store for organizational tools in bright colors and quirky designs. When she took me with her once, I realized I had been doing the same thing for years, but less consciously. This article talks about sating the same impulse, but on a larger scale. Paintbrush, anyone?
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Honestly, I wish I had seen this tip years ago. I’m always taking notes at conferences and workshops and meetings. This tabbing technique will help a lot for times when I can’t use a computer and want to find information fast.
I can imagine using it in handwritten notes for projects, too. For example, if you write notes about plot or setting or characters, you can tab each.
Productivity Hack Of The Week: Keep A More Organized Notebook | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
If you work on multiple projects at once, organization is important. I use several Office products at the moment, and my patchwork system seems to be working. But I’ve been thinking about trying Scrivener. Haven’t made up my mind yet, but this post makes me think it might be worth trying.
Do you use it? Or something like it? What do you think?
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