When I bought my iPad Pro (the big one) last fall, I really wasn't sure if it would fit nicely into my needs for an iOS device. I gave my iPad Air to my wife who really needed an upgrade from her iPad 2 which she inherited long ago when I purchased the iPad 3. I also gave my iPad mini 2 to my son and daughter-in-law which left me iPad-less. → Read the rest
A couple of weeks ago, I saw a tweet on my Twitter feed that was a retweet from the Ulysses account noting that creators of Ulysses were releasing a new universal version of Ulysses for iOS. I was mildly interested so I followed the link and saw a list of notable users who recommended Ulysses include Andy Ihnatko. → Read the rest
Once in awhile, I like to write about products that capture my interest or are a unique answer to a imple problem. This past Labor Day, my family and I spent an afernoon in a quaint area near our home. The city is Stillwater on the north side of the Twin Cities metro area. The town was built on the St. → Read the rest
Customer service can differ a great deal from store to store and from company to company. We recently experienced this between two companies that manufacture high-end products. One is Bendtec, makers of the blender with the power motor. They are the company famous for the slogan and campaign, “Will it blend”.
I started reading the bio Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand. It is the inspiring biography of world class miler and WWII hero, Louis Zamperini.
I am only on chapter three but the story is very riveting. I highly recommend this book! → Read the rest
I have a lot of grass to cut each week. When we first moved to our current home, the previous owner left me two very used riding mowers. For the first couple of years, I was able to keep both riding mowers running without much effort. Then parts started to break or wear out and I had to order them online. → Read the rest
On the Desiring God blog, David Mathis penned the post, Five Ways to Flourish in Journaling | Desiring God. For those who aspire to add the spiritual discipline of journaling but find themselves often discouraged, this article is well worth the read.
I especially like the paragraph that he writes,
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But don’t take yourself too seriously.
This past Thursday evening, our small group was meeting together at a friend’s home. Our custom is to have a short time of snacks while catching up with each other. Someone began commenting about our church directory and posed the question of why it has been so long since it was published and why our church hasn’t arranged for a new one to be produced. → Read the rest
I have read that one of the best ways to help you lose weight and eat healthier is to journal what you eat each day. Even with all of the tools of technology close at hand, I have always found it a challenge to effectively track my meals.
I think that part of the problem lies with the use of words rather than pictures to record the content of my meals. → Read the rest