Analog remembrances

Sarah Pressler, also a fellow Coalworker by extension via Texas since she is our Project Manager at Plain, writes about giving up note taking on paper:

I’m not willing to give up on my love for paper, planners, and photos from film, but I think it’s time I join the 21st century and stop taking work-related notes on paper that ends up lost and I waste time looking for it and then waste more time wishing I had just used a dang digital method.

I’ve hit this wall many times. Taking notes on paper in a meeting is usually less obtrusive to others than using a laptop (though those days may be numbered) but they are a pain to get back to later on. Even using the Bullet Journal method of taking notes means that you have to hunt through several notebooks.

I prefer digital.