analog/digital calendar (3/3)
I'm honestly not at all sure I could manage going back on paper. Digital has many advantages, but paper has some good ones too. I'm hoping to set it up over the weekend and at least try it out. Maybe I'll end up splitting and having work digital and private analog 🤷
Analog/digital calendar (2/?)
Sometimes I look at my collection of calendars from when I used to be on paper and It's strange to think so many years will never be put in a box and saved. All of my life since even before Ebba was born is super well documented in picture and blog and social and so on. But I have no calendars from all of that time..
Analog/digital calendar (1/?)
I'm pretty excited, but also a bit conflicted..
I got a paper calendar today and I haven't had one for quite a few years. Some say it's easier to remember appointments if you write them down and not just type them in. But I also like my phone knowing when I'm at work so it can enter do-not-disturb all on its own..
What a day I've had at work. I had my morning coffee at 3 in the afternoon. Now I just feel like ordering something and not cooking.
#pizza seems likely today 🍕
Just bragging about my kid, mompost.
I'm super impressed with my kid. I woke her up at 21.30. She got on her bike ans we rode the three or four kilometers home, then she went to bed and is now asleep at 22.20.
all this and not a single complaint. I'm not even sure I knew how to ride a bike when I was six, and traffic was out of the question..
Cutting this up to fit on my safaris instead of in them.
Also: I regret I forgot to tag my last toot..
Look at this beautiful #tree. Found it on my way from work today.
a small wound, on a hand.
given my inability to hold anything without starting to trow it around and juggle it it's strange that today was the second time one of the glasses at work just decided to explode in my hand.
My colleagues will have a hard time believing I didn't just drop it. I'm glad it's the kind of glass that shatters into a milion pieces, "none" of them sharp.
google getting genders right for kids
I just set up a child account for my daughter on an android tablet. When I saw gender was a required field I was about to be so mad..
But then it had four options: boy, girl, "don't want to say" and "custom" which asked me in a text field what I wanted to enter for the gender parameter..
Not that I think gender should be a required field, but as long as it is, at least they got the options right 🤷
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