This is a good piece, and the list of questions here are certainly ones you’d like to have answers to: Questions to ask your parents before they die – Rossalyn Warren – Medium
I have a book called The Parents Book and it is has even more questions like this. I have not filled it out, but I really want to. Chances are my kids would want to have answers to some of these things. Family members would likely want that too. Regardless of whether or not you are a parent, or not, consider answering a list like this and put it with your Will and other essential documents. Your loved ones will be glad you did.
Not just for people with kids: Giadzy 5 Quick and Easy School Night Meals
Your week is going to be busy enough. You need a meal plan. That list can help.
…via the good people at Leffot.
Check out their shoes: they are amazing.
Susan is famous now (for good reason!), but before she was famous, she wrote this excellent blog post: If Susan Can Learn Physics, So Can You — Susan Fowler.
I came across it because I was trying to learn physics again. (I started off taking physics ages ago but dropped it because, well, long story, but I ended up in Computer Science and Mathematics and went on to have a career at IBM so it worked out.) I followed a lot of Susan’s advice, and while I am not good at physics yet, I highly recommend this to anyone serious about it. (Just stay away from programs that want to weed out most of the class because they want small class sizes.)
(Image via Susan’s blog)
If you’ve ever thought about self publishing but didn’t know where to start, this can help.
- How to Self-Publish a Book: the first thing you need to know
- How to Format a Book in 6 Powerful Steps • Ebook Formatting: how to format it
- What Does It Take To Be A “Bestselling Author”? $3 and 5 Minutes. | Observer: how to (cynically) promote it
- Russell Smith: Self-published authors may be no worse off than the rest of us – The Globe and Mail: why it’s not a bad idea
- Make-Your-Own Cookbook: Dinner: not really about self-publishing as it is about making your own personal cookbook via the NYTimes
Here are two ways to do TIFF:
- There’s the way most people do it, which seems awful: The TIFF ticketing system is a total nightmare this year.
- There’s the way my friend Annie does it, which seems great: A day in the Life of a Torontonian: TIFF 2019 – Advanced Screenings
Now Annie’s way is going to cost more, but if you want to have an enjoyable experience and get the most out of a great festival, then read up on how she and her husband do it.