My random thoughts read like blogs now, that is, if I wrote them down. Instead, they bounce around my head until I catch one and nail it. I added an app called EVERNOTE to my store of activities on the computer to try to master and use. I'm so accustomed to paper it's difficult.
I was given a page-a-day calendar rather late, on my birthday. So I had almost 2 months' worth of pages to read and tear off and there was a pile of little note papers, 4 inches by 4 inches, BLANK on one side. That's like waving a red flag at a bull. Of course, I have to use that paper and of course I can't throw it out until I do. I was reading another book, still going on with research and plumbing my depths for the book I am writing, so I put the pile beside the book and gradually filled every page with little thoughts and reminders and noodges and lists of groceries to buy and people to write and I'm adding a page a day, remember, so it goes on and on. Now I have put the ideas in Evernote and thrown out the little papers, but what happens when I print out the ideas? More paper. I don't know if I'm doing this right.
I'm going to think about it.