Colin Devroe

Photographer. Podcaster. Blogger. Reverse Engineer.

Martin McCallion on Text Editors

Martin McCallion:

If you work with plain text, as I prefer to, then you probably try out different text editors from time to time (or, you know, constantly).

For a long time I used plain text files via nvAlt (as McCallion does). I miss plain text files. Then I moved to Simplenote. Then for a short time to Evernote. Then back to Simplenote. And now I’m just using Apple’s Notes.

In between all of those I’ve tried dozens of text editors.

Notes is incredibly useful and while it doesn’t support plain text files it is perfect for nearly every thing I do. For now.

Amber Leigh Turner on Bullet Journaling

Amber Leigh Turner on trying bullet journaling:

And I was hooked. I knew this was a way to not only help me get back on track and focused, but would pull me out of the rut and the mess I made. I needed some way to keep track of my goals in my personal life, business life, and in my hobbies. I had so many things I want to accomplish, so many things to look forward to, so many things that I wanted to start tracking and build better, healthier habits.

I’ve been using this method for quite some time now. So has Eliza and many others I know. Eliza and I have modified the method slightly (which is encouraged) and I intend to continue journaling for the foreseeable future.

If you haven’t yet tried Bullet Journaling, grab any notebook near you (you don’t need to buy a special one) and start today. Give it 30 days like Amber did and you’ll be hooked too.