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Business Card File

Here’s another one for the GTD and planner crowd. Like I
wrote previously staples has these fancy new business card wallets. I bought
one I couldn’t resist. I see how they can be useful in a number of ways.

In my
new position I’m striving to make contacts that are useful, I won’t go into it
too much here but I’ve found in this new position that I’m getting business
cards from people. Like I’ve said in my previous posts business card are the
best for quickly passing off contact info. So as I’ve picked up a few cards
here and there I’ve realized I like to keep them on me.

Since I don’t have a
fancy cell phone and I’ve already maxed out my 12 number phone book, I need to
keep the cards on me. I figured I’ll have the card file on me at all times. So
I needed a way to organize it.
Post-it tabs are my solution. It turns a card file into a
portable rolodex. I’ve divided it up into personal and work numbers. My boss’s
card is the separator for the work cards and my significant other’s card is the
divider for the personal cards. I keep cards to my website and art in the back
and work business cards in the front. Cards as I collect them are stored in the front pocket

One additional item that I made for this is a card of
post-it tabs. I used an old starbucks card, put large tabs on the front and
small tabs on the back, 2 of each color and then a small stack of notes on
there too. That way I always have post-its available at all times.





changes are brewing


So as I’ve written in here previously I’ve been toying with the
possibility of switching to a typepad account and hosting my blog on my own
domain as www.comfortableShoesStudio.com which is a domain that I already own.
So I’ve already put that into process. I’ve
purchased the typepad account, and set things up at my domain host and
currently your able to see a basic version of my blog at
ComfortableShoesStudio.com It won’t be stable for 14 days or so while I
evaluate how much I like typepad or dislike it. So far I like it just fine.

However I realized right after I went through all that
trouble that I managed to miss that Blogger offers the same damn service, for
free. So I’m debating the need for the typepad account. I have a 14 day trial
period to determine if I like the service or not, after that I’m paying.

So the major discussion in my head is whether or not I like
the service typepad offers. I’ve heard a lot of good things about it, I’ve been
pretty happy with blogger, so I’m not sure a switch is a good idea or not. So
for now I’m posting posts to both accounts.