If you are looking for a way to keep track of your spending, I recommend the Spendstack app for iOS. You can organize by categories either thru tags or folders. You can add sales tax to individual items. You can set items to one-time or reoccurring on a yearly,monthly,weekly or daily basis. For groceries you can also input weight amounts. Once you set your payments up you can see how much you are spending weekly, monthly or yearly for various categories. I have found it incredibly helpful in determining where I am overspending.
Cooking an Ethiopian inspired dish for dinner #dayinthelife 10-12-20 at 14:20 EST, Erie County, Pa A Day in the Life Blog
Ok someone (me) does not know what day or time it is clearly since I posted day in the life post 2 hours early. 🤦♀️
View of local autumn foliage
My earliest delivery date for my iPad is Friday the 9th and it is still processing. I am not optimistic, but hope is eternal.
My iPhone which is on Public Beta 14, decided it didn’t want to connect to the internet this morning. The problem was I was standing at the grocery store at the time trying to email my husband to pick me up. This is one of those times when you realize how much you depend on the Internet.
I received my first mechanical keyboard today. A Keychron K2 Bluetooth Mechanical keyboard with Gateron Brown switches. The first thing I noticed when I took it out of the box was how solid and heavy it was. I should have brought a wrist rest and will need to add that to my next order. This is my first mechanical keyboard, although it does remind me of the typewriters that I learned to type on back in the '70's. Currently I am typing this to my iPad pro. Switching it from the iPad to my Mac mini is a bit awkward but doable. After spending so much time typing on a cheap flat keyboard with membrane it is going to take some time to get used to typing on a mechanical keyboard. However, my initial review is positive. Also I have also started to watch videos on modding keyboard. I think I maybe entering a rabbit hole.
This is a Rotring 600 0.5mm drafting pencil.I purchased from Jetpens for about $30.00.
It arrived on Saturday and I have been using it ever since. I first heard of this pencil years ago, while listening to Myke Hurley talk about it on the Penaddict imagine My first thought when he started talking about it was no pencil is worth $30.00. I can tell you without a second thought that the Rotring 600 is worth the $30.00. It has an hexagonal brass body,which gives it the right amount of weight to have a quality feel. I like that the clip is neither too loose or too tight. I also like that is placed down near the bottom of the body, so it is not in the way when I grip the pencil. The tip of the pencil where the lead comes out is thin, making it great for getting right next to rulers or in other tight spots. I have been playing around with the lead indicator and am still trying to figure out what shade and hardness of lead I prefer.
I do wish there was a way to protect the tip when I store the pencil and I had more choices in colors. However that being said, this is my first quality mechanical pencil and I am very happy with it.