- My journal serves as a bit of a work log, although sometimes I wonder if having a single page where I write only while actually doing focused work according to some particular definition (e.g. while doing pomodoros).
9m30 into a 25' first pomodoro of the day, I've done mostly maintenance of todos: ranked tasks to be done (needed to be done, not procrastinating), committed to my plan of four pomodoros today by scheduling pomodoros 1 to 4. Now with 14m20s left I move on and start on task 1.
empty nodes should auto pull stoa
- vscode isn't ready (remote connection hanged, had to restart). on restarting it takes 10 seconds to boot (!) and it takes me to the wrong workspace. two minutes lost.
- looking for an agora page to test on I find guernica as noded by neil. It is only a stub but it yields: the single backlink, hyperland, sounds amazing.
Daily and/or weekly notes, often quite detailed, of what you're doing.
This can be part of a Second Brain, or just a basic log to keep you on track.
Especially for people that are doing a lot of tasks, often many of them small and with context switching, it can be hard to get to the end of a day and feel like you really haven't accomplished anything.
I'm experimenting with a Yearlog since I've got 20 years of content to play with :)