Tue Mar 9:
Doing stupid shit, but I learn quick. A few months back, I decided it was best to use Asana instead of OneNote. My objective was to have everything in one place and make it easy for me to create follow-up items/reminders for myself. However, there’s not enough space for me to write and think in the description box in Asana – So now I’m back to using OneNote, and I think I will segregate reminders just for me vs things that require team involvement to solution. I need physical and digital space to work effectively.
I sometimes get slapped in the face when I try to take shortcuts. When I’m learning, I have to take notes; I can’t just read. And if I’m not taking notes, then I have to do what I am learning. Otherwise, I might as well not learn it! Depending on what it is that I’m reading about, that’s the only way info sticks, through doing or note-taking. I am learning a lot from Product Roadmaps Relaunched.
Friday I go do my MoCA test. I’m excited.
I just got back from SickKids ; it’s almost one am. Matt had an MRI appointment for 9 pm, we had to get there 30 minutes early for screening, but they were running more than two hours behind. I’m so sleepy. I’ll tell you all about it tomorrow.
Those blue hospital masks hurt behind my ears. Blue hospital masks, you suck!!!
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