@ljwrites ADHD culture is having entire garbage bags full of post it notes, each densely packed with tiny writing and sophisticated diagrams that make no sense out of context that has been long forgotten
@naga would be nice to have one all to herself! Can Dragonlet and Hudson be kept from messing with it?
@ljwrites (What I meant by "real" is require a key; US houses usually have "courtesy locks" on bedrooms and bathrooms, easily opened with either a thin rod or a tiny screwdriver)
@naga Dragonlet is too young to be opening doors like that, isn't he? Or is it because of... Hudson?
@naga and thinking long-term, too! And who knows... that young dog just might learn new tricks lmao.
@naga @zens @ljwrites One of my friends (who does some serious cooking) gave up and just bought some whiteboard markers... to write directly on the white kitchen tiles directly. It comes out fine with a bit of alcohol, he has plenty of space, and it is somewhere he will see it.
And yeah he was recently diagnosed with ADHD.
@avalon "safe" is the deadliest of all, like all I'll remember later on is that the place I put them is "safe" but nothing about the... actual whereabouts...
@ljwrites every, single, time.
I've started to adjust to an organisational system that has rules (kon-mari based) and mostly manage to put things "where they go" instead of "somewhere safe"... so now they go in the "paper things" part of my bedroom... somewhere in there...
@ljwrites I have 10 different places to put notes.
I'm gonna make a single, organised place to put all my notes so I won't lose them again.
I have 11 different places to put notes.
@ljwrites studied Japanese characters by having them on postcards all over studio apartment walls.
Currently have a hefty bookshelf space taken up by about 5 years of (bullet) journals. Just in case.
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