Tag Archives: journalling

Medication Log — Stable Version?

This morning I printed up the medication log that I’ve been using, and I feel that I currently have it at a level where I hope that it will end up staying stable.  When I printed it I noticed two very minor corrections, which I have since fixed. Medication Log 1.1.1 Medication Log – 2 […]

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Open Journalling — Health Log — Initial Thoughts

I have been working with trying to figure out how to do my health log for a while and I started to work with what I managed to do so far about 2 weeks ago.  The filled out (but with blurred stuff) form looks like: This is partially filled out, and probably will need a […]

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Open Journalling — Introduction — Getting Started

I just want to write a bit about what I think isn’t exactly new, but is based on a bunch of other stuff, and hopefully is pulling together some ideas in a new way. I am wanting to create a different version of what often are “different journalling systems” and are seen separate, but really […]

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Bullet Journal — Quick Update

Yesterday, I attended a meeting by Skype, and the previous meeting of that group which I attended, I had not been really wanting to be there, but I thought I might as well, so I didn’t make much effort. Yesterday’s meeting I decided that I wanted to put some effort into being able to focus […]

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Executive Function Followup — Day 17 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance

Today I noticed that someone on LinkedIn liked my post about Executive Function, so I am going to go and see what I can say more about this.  Currently I am just going to put quick notes, and this may end up being a multi-post thing, I don’t know yet, but here is the list […]

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Executive Function — Day 9 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance

I’m not really sure where this is going.  Just like all of them. This morning, I was thinking (don’t really remember when) about how important my understanding of executive function is to my day to day life. Yesterday I had planned on working, and because I had planned to work, it was difficult when I […]

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Bullet Journal — Medication Log — Day 5 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance — 2018 Autism Acceptance Month

I have been working on this for a little while, and at first I was trying it before I was really ready to start this.  I think there are a few things that I want to say about this, but it’s not so much about the design of this (though I’m sure that there will […]

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Bullet Journals

First off, I haven’t even really started to think more than a little bit on this, but I want to get a few of those ideas down. The “official site” (apparently this is something which warrants an official site, and I guess it makes sense, though it kind of flies in the face of “open” […]

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Relaxing into Journalling

In the previous post I did about journalling I talked about how important having some structure around your journalling in the form of a format for journalling. In that post I laid out a format that I thought was really a good way to look at journalling.  I still do, but I also see that […]

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Thoughts on Journalling

I was talking with someone from a group I belong to on Journalling.  I have been doing this on and off for years.  I think that I first started doing it on a more than simply casual basis back in the late 1980s, or early 1990s.  Before I graduated from high school. In the past […]

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