I’ve dreamed of owning a reMarkable tablet ever since their original Kickstarter, but like so many people, I’ve shied away because of the steep price point. Adding up the cost of the tablet itself ($399 for the reMarkable 2, or $299 if you sign up for their new cloud storage plan), the marker ($49-$129), and …
Why I stopped logging my daily writing totals
For years I kept a precise track of my daily writing total. I’m from a science family and thrive under routine, so iteration feels natural. I was also part of a writing accountability group. At the start of each month, we pledged a daily goal. Every day, we would report how many words we had …
Bedroom coffee station beats the snooze-button game
I’m not a morning person, but I’ve been especially terrible about waking up for the last month. Alexa is my alarm and it’s all too easy to say, “Alexa, snooze” over and over until it’s get-up-or-you’ll-be-late-for-work time. So last night in a fit of determination, I moved my coffee station to my bedroom, hoping that …
Why the Echo Dot is great for writers (and everyone)
Alexa (that’s one thing you can call her) is the closest I’ve gotten to my dream of a robot butler. Here’s why, as a human and a writer, I’m in love.
Free writing tools for authors using a Chromebook
Considering the switch to a Chromebook? These are my favorite apps and extensions for writing.