This is my 3rd month of publishing mini-essays every day.
I’m going to show you how I use Notion as a daily journal as well as how most of my other databases feed into this one to give me a complete picture of everything that happened or I did, in one view.
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On this Saturday’s live stream I’m planning on having a #wanderthroughmynotion to explore what a throwaway page is, when to use them and when not to.
And also to go through DNU entries and when to use them.
After last week’s video, and me saying that I was never going to have a content calendar, I’m back this week, without a content calendar! Ok, I have a content database, but not a calendar!
No matter what I tried, I can’t make a Content Calendar ‘work’ in Notion. So I decided to have a Published Calendar instead!
Following on from June 2021’s Essays I’ve decided to try and keep going, and write a micro-essay every day in July 2021. I didn’t manage 30 last month (& I’m ok with that).
My normal weekly recap, although so much happened on Sunday (all at once) that I didn’t have chance to post it!
Every week I write a few lines a day of how things have gone. This week I decided to make that into a carousel in Instagram & also create an infographic for Twitter. These are both of those.
There is an amazing trend at the moment, to write every day. A mini-essay (under 250 words), every-single-day. I’ve jumped on this bandwagon too! Some days I managed to get my word count under 250, but I’ll be honest, not very often!