PTPL 033: My Obsidian Planning Workflow Now Includes Paper
Plus, initial thoughts on a new Markdown app, and how 3 Good Things can rewire your brain
Welcome to the first Plain Text, Paper-Less Productivity Digest of 2023! In case you missed it, here’s a link to an article (with quotes) about my favourite 2022 Obsidian and plain text related articles.
Today I’ll be talking about —
How recording 3 Good Things can make you healthier and happier
Two people who think about Markdown and folders the same way I do
An invitation to pick one thing and do it differently
The Tangent Markdown app
Why I’m injecting more paper into my planning workflow
3 Good Things
Martin Sketchley wrote about gratitude journaling near the end of last year, right on the cusp of me starting my second 5-year diary (this one). Each day I pen five to seven lines of text in a rectangle that’s one fifth of an A5 page, making sure to include good things I’ve seen, heard, or felt.
I believe there’s a (probably) provable link between an intentional gratitude habit, and an increased sense of personal wellbeing that leads to greater…
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