Monica sleeps in Friday morning.
My wife has fun recording time–lapse videos — with an app that escapes my memory at the moment — and taking photos with her iPhone, so I bought her a Glif by Studio Neat. It helps that John Gruber recommends it. ;)
Even though since she hasn’t been using it as much, I think I’ll get one for myself soon.
I read while eating breakfast or lunch, and it’s super comfortable when my iPhone is held up with the Glif.
Since I sometimes carry a Bluetooth keyboard, I can also use it for writing in a pinch if I don’t want to take out my laptop.
Last week, I created a new item to document notes, ideas, and tasks for the move to our new place. I’ve shared it with Amy so she can refer and add to it.1
Yesterday, she got distracted, selected all the text by accident, and typed some gibberish — wiping out all the text about our new place.
(I estimate the damage was worth writing and brainstorming for a couple of hours.)
Fortunately, Simplenote — like most excellent products and services — includes revision history.
- I think it’s time to split things up into separate notes. ↩
I was stoked to receive a The Roost as one of several awesome Automattic Christmas gifts a few months ago. While it wouldn’t fit my 11″ MacBook Air, I saw Joey Kudish receive one that would fit. After a few pings and a couple of days, a custom Roost stand arrived.
(How am I worthy?!)
Previously, I used a mStand laptop stand by Rain Design. It was okay and stylish, but it didn’t compare to the raised height of The Roost.
Another bonus: I love the portability! Along with my Bluetooth keyboard and trackpad, when I venture out with my laptop and backpack, I bring The Roost.
I’m fortunate that I don’t feel shoulder or neck pain, so taking steps like this hopefully means I can prevent it.
To James Olander and Warren Kleban: thank you for making this happen!
I never got caught up reading my saved Instapaper articles. In addition to getting caught up watching episodes of The Blacklist, here are a few music albums on Rdio that helped me endure about 17 hours between Budapest, Munich, and Los Angeles. I’m especially fond of the new Chiodos album.
Tonight, Amy and I submitted a final payment of $2,002.42 for her 2009 Toyota Corolla. Neat! It feels amazing getting out of debt. The debt snowball works, and we’re fairly gazelle–intense.
It’ll be great to get past baby step 2. Soon enough.
Exciting times are ahead.
While in Budapest during our meetup, I almost cracked my head open, and nobody would’ve been there to help.
After an excellent day one at Write The Docs EU, I took a shower in preparation to pass out. Drying myself afterwords, as I lifted one foot, I lost balance in the other and fell backwards out of the tub. I attempted to catch myself, but I couldn’t hold onto anything.
How embarrassing. I felt like such a dork. (I promise I didn’t hit my head; I fell onto my back.)
Here’s a scary thought: The sink was about one foot away from my head.
My roommate recently returned to our apartment, so at least he would’ve found me. I think.