Staying Organized in a Disorganized World

Staying Organized in a Disorganized World

It’s been a while since I’ve written about how I’m trying my best to stay organized and get things done. I’m not going to lie, it’s been a real challenge over the last year and I’ve not always been successful. One thing that’s helped has been Jessica Abel’s Creative Focus Workshop. It’s not cheap, but I think it’s worth every penny. Not only have I made...

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Productivity: Bullet Journal Update

Productivity: Bullet Journal Update

I'm into my second year of using a Bullet Journal and since the post I wrote last year is one of the more popular ones, I thought it was time for an update. I'm still using the Leuchtturm 1917--in fact, I'm on my third--each one seems to last about six months, so I find that it's worthwhile to spend the money on a book that I find enjoyable to write in. I...

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Hello! I'm Natalie Luhrs.

I write about books, culture, disability, and whatever else strikes my fancy. I have many opinions.

I am a two-time Hugo Award finalist, in 2017 for Best Fan Writer and in 2021 for my essay “George R.R. Martin Can Fuck Off Into the Sun, Or: The 2020 Hugo Awards Ceremony (Rageblog Edition)” in the Best Related Work category.

Please do not offer me medical advice. I have something like 10 doctors and it’s already pretty challenging to keep up with what they want me to do. I do not have the bandwidth to process any advice that doesn’t come from one of my doctors, no matter how well meant the advice may be. Thank you!

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