This is the companion piece to A Nunnery—Habit No. 2: Phone within arm’s reach. Habit No. 2 looks normal because it is. Practically everyone has a smartphone on them nowadays—what a time to be alive! However, this is about the abnormal part—more important part. This is about the Chunk Timers. As usual, when addressing somethingContinue reading “Roysplainin’—Chunk Timers”
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A Nunnery—Habit No. 2: Phone within arm’s reach
The Indelible Sulk manuscript—part 1
A Nunnery—Habit No. 1: The Bookmarks Folder labelled “⚪ Check Daily”
I’m still struggling with writing about the heavier topics on my mind. I’ve fallen back into a cycle of writing and deleting—however, there’s one difference this time around: I have the lighter series I introduced last post —A Nunnery! Here’s one of those important plain habits I promised: The Bookmarks Folder labelled “⚪ Check Daily”…
Roysplainin’: A Nunnery
The Nunnery is the punchline to a class of jokes I call Jeopardy jokes: you get the punchline at the beginning, and you try to figure out the setup. I resolve this at the end of this article.
Roysplainin—Crazy (part 2)
Short post—it’s more of a content warning really.
Roysplainin—Crazy (part 1)
Crazy craziness crazes crazed crazy. Crazed crazy
BDE—Basic Diagram Energy (part 3)
In part two, we started applying my Base Case diagram to writer’s block. Specifically, we loosely mapped out Jean Doe’s path. We also noted how zooming in on a section of the diagram by one level increases the complexity and granularity of it. Today, we’ll map out Roybert’s path—well, at least start anyway…
BDE—Basic Diagram Energy (part 2)
In part one I introduced you to the Base Case. I then introduced a slightly less abstract example. Today, I’ll continue with these diagrams and tackle the topic that set this series in motion: “writer’s block.”