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sun posted: Sat 2019-03-30 21:03:25 tags: n/a
My friend Klaus used a spreadsheet as a taskminder. The concept is, you enter each task (recurring or not) or bucket-list item, and re-sort them by priority or immediacy regularly as they're completed or scheduled to recur. If you can ballpark a time-to-complete, then you should be able to get pretty refined about scheduling. I've been toying with the idea lately as an alternative to the scattered Keep jots, blog, scraps of handwritten notes etc.

I keep meaning to line up with the financial planner's expense analysis tools. It's not a lot of accounts to poll, just need to sit down and do it.

Definitely need to update my CV and polish up a resumé already. Also do Dad's final tax return.

Watched Gene Wilder's 1984 "The Woman in Red", remake of the 1976 French film "An Elephant Can Be Extremely Deceptive" aka "Pardon My Affair", last night. Filmed in autumn of '83 makes LeBrock 23 during filming, vs. Wilder's 50 and as-yet-unmarried to Gilda Radner (Miss Milner in the movie). If the flip-flops of moral sentiment are hard to swallow, or the escapades disjointed, I guess we should blame Yves Robert, or perhaps the loss in translation from France to Frisco.