I often get calls when it is least convenient. I don’t want to just hang up, because it feels rude. I don’t want to let it ring, because it is annoying. I could flip my phone to silence the call and let it go to voice mail. But then the caller doesn’t know why IContinue reading “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You”
I remember as a kid we’d have batteries everywhere. Most commonly, they’d be in the fridge, so they’d last longer. When you’d need one, you’d pick up a random one and hope it still has some juice left. More often than not, it didn’t. It is a bit surprising to me that you could stillContinue reading “Who’s In Charge?”
Every time I charge my laptop or my phone I feel like I’m back in the ’90s. I find myself plugging and unplugging them on a regular basis to keep them going. This is a problem because it wears out their USB-C sockets. Over time, the connections become sensitive and only work some of theContinue reading “There’s Electricity in the Air”
Sometimes you want to keep a pile of paper sheets together. And sometimes you can’t help but wonder why stapling a few sheets together is so hard. I still remember the school secretary applying her full body weight to staple our exams. When it comes to small expenses, I prefer to invest a little moreContinue reading “People All Over the World, Join Paper”
I often find I want to go back to older versions of my documents. Whether it’s my CV, excel sheets with my balance or document templates, older versions are useful. Maybe I deleted something I shouldn’t have. Maybe I want to understand why I made a change. Sometimes I’m just being nostalgic or curious. IfContinue reading “Post #35, Version 317”
Have you ever lost your phone? I have. I sometimes find myself distracted and I simply forget where I left my phone. This happens to me more than I’d care to admit. Luckily, most people would happily return your phone to you if they found it. They just need to know who to return itContinue reading “Oh, Phone, Where Art Thou”
A recommendation of a book that helps you develop yourself.
Use Google Keep and a calendar to never forget anything.
A recommendation of a slim wallet.
“So, what happens is, the cables become a tangled mess. They used to, anyway. Then I discovered the magic of cable organisers.”