Friday, September 29, 2006

Getting organized

Hack away : http://wiki.43folders.com/index.php/Moleskine_Hacks

I'm still sick. In fact, I think I'm sicker than before. I am having a hard time kicking this thing I have. Normal routine for me, go on a trip longer than two days, get sick for 21 days.

Things here are interesting for the end of the month, the beginning of a new fiscal year, school year and fall.

I'm looking at calendars are trying to figure if out if I should hack a moleskine to make it work for me, or just go with the new weekly format which I despise.

While I have been at work today, dilgently crunching through a model that is on step 202 of 1800, I have been intrigued by the number of moleskine hacks I have come across, including using a moleskine with David Allen's GTD to increase productivity.

In honor of the new fiscal year (FY07, if you are keeping track), I'm going to try this at home.

What I am really waiting for are the new -Moleskine city notebooks do it yourself guidebooks - great for those of us who travel to the same places over and over again. Here is a great flickr page that shows you a sneak preview. How I wish I could get one for Paris by October 25th, at least I'll pick up my London one in November (I hope).

nm

4 comments:

Jennifer Lynn said...

I love the Moleskine stuff... I had no idea they were coming out with city notebooks. SOOOOOOO cool!

nm said...

I was thinking of you and what you thought of using their japanese fold out notebooks for scrapping and travel journalling.

That is what we used for our trip to Utah.

Maybe they should send you a few to see what you and Pam can do?

Niall said...

picked up a London City guide yesterday @ Waterstones Picadilly - very nice, even though I live and work there it wil become my city bible

nm said...

Niall,

How much was the guide and did they have paris as well?

BTW, I love the buzzcocks...

nm