After a few mellowed down weeks, I am happy to announce this week has been fairly good. That and the planning for the new year 2021 has made me excited and hopeful.
It might be a little late, but I have finally understood why everyone raves about Notion so much. I am in love!
For the uninitiated, Notion is a tool (app/program ?) that combines the power many apps in one workspace. Basically you can use it to substitute Google Docs, Evernote, to do lists, task manager and many other apps. ⠀
I am already on the planning process for 2021 and that is happening on Notion. Of course, my fingers are crossed, and only if we all survive this wretched 2020!
Aside, should I be posting more Notion and its pros and cons in a separate post?
Let us talk!⠀
What I read this week
I am currently reading Anxious People by Fredrik Backman, and I am definitely liking it.
After a not-so brief slump, I think I am out of it. I read Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee this week. I know I have quite a way to reach my reading target, but I will do my best.
What I watched this week
I learned about O J Simpson’s trial and I went on to watch The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story on Netflix. As someone who is not from the USA and was an too young to remember then, this whole fiasco is new to me and it was shocking to say the least
I almost gave it up in the middle, around episodes 4-5, because I knew he was going to get away with it. And that made so furious and angry about the system and men in general.
Do people still believe that OJ is innocent? If yes, why and how could that be? Can someone explain it to me?
On my blog
In case you missed the posts from my blog, last week.
A book review on The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie
The one with a little hope: Sunday Musings #98
I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.
From the Insta-world
Here is what I posted on Instagram during the week. Give me a follow, will you?
Let us chat
So how has your week been? Have you used Notion and if yes, what has been your experience? And if you haven’t let me know how and what app/notebook do you use plan and track your work and to do lists? Let’s talk.