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07 August 2009

Free for All Friday No. 39

It's August -- Time for back-to-school plans or perhaps last-minute vacations. I may find myself in the latter category this month, and my Filofax will get heavy use in both the planning and execution. But then it would even if I were staying home and shopping.

What about you?

10 comments:

  1. Right now is the calm before the storm. In a couple of weeks I will begin a very busy month: oldest starts school and youngest's birthday party in the same week! A sure recipe for Filofax overload. And just a few days later, my in-laws arrive for a 2 week visit! Aghhh! My Filo will have smoke coming out of it!

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  2. Even though it's been decades since I've been in school, I still feel like August is the time to plan projects for the remainder of the year. So this weekend I'll be sitting down with my beloved Filo to review project status and my goals for the year to assess how to proceed with the rest of the year.

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  3. In the last week I've started capturing many tasks to be done between now and our hopeful move to France... fingers crossed etc!

    I'm using a mixture of To Lists and a year planner to collect together lists of different things to do. Address changes, disposals, purchases, actions at intervals etc.

    When you haven't moved in over 23 years it's a bit of a shock to the system... add in the fact we are moving from UK to France then it all becomes a bit of a logistical nightmare...

    Just hoping that it actually all happens, we will not know until we exchange contracts....soon I hope!

    Steve

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  4. For us here in Spain, August is the month of inactivity, in all aspects! The weather is so damn hot, you really don't feel like going outside ¬¬.
    Which is why it is the perfect month to travel.
    Me and my better half will be travelling to Southamerica next week, to visit my family.I am already getting my new Urban (I think I'm gonna call him Elliot) all set up, I specifically bought it plus the Travel Pack to use it as a Travel Journal, this shall be his first journey :)
    I am concerned with the pen though, I will try to get him a nice coloured pen that won't explode in the plane, in the following days.
    Regarding the travel pack, for the 'Rip off and..pass it on' section, they only supply you with two sheets, each with 6 strips of 'rippable' paper. I don't think it's enough, so I've also added post its to it.
    I will let you know more during the following week, I should have it all set up by then!! :)

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  5. While also no longer in school, I too look at September as a time to reflect and reevaluate goals and projects...with this comes thinking about refills and a new setup for the Filo. I have been tweaking my sections and uses and am pretty happy with what I've got going at this point. So now I am going to look at the Filo site and see what needs to be ordered. I think I might buy the blank computer sheets (a first for me) and see what develops on its own.

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  6. To anyone who can help with this:

    I uploaded some photos to the Flickr pool, which seemed to have taken. I can see the photos when I'm logged in to Flickr but the don't come up otherwise. I thought I had all of the settings right, but maybe not. Anyone have any ideas?

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  7. Well I can see some pictures from you uploaded on the 9th August.

    Steve

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  8. kanalt earlier today I noticed your newest photos said only I could view them, now they say they can be viewed by anybody. But that is when I am logged in. When I am logged out, I don't see your photos anywhere. Huh. That's weird. No idea, but then I'm a Flickr newbie so maybe somebody else has some more advice?

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  9. Yes, I posted the pictures on August 9, but am seeing the same thing as Laurie - seeing them when I'm signed in but they disappear when I am not. I imagine that most of these photos are not limited to when one is signed in, so I assume it's a setting that I have wrong, although I have no idea what it is...

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  10. kanalt: that has probably got to do with your privacy settings. I think you must have put the settings to private, so only you and your flickr friends can see them when you're logged into flickr. Try chaging your settings to public if you want them to be visible by anyone. Hope i was of any help :)

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