Today's round-up includes:

  • Book club
  • To-do lists
  • Graduation
  • Forest bathing
  • Meal planning
  • GTD and ADHD
  • And much more...

As Promised

I promised you a cheesy graduation photo, and here it is:

Despite achieving various graduation-worthy qualifications, I had never attended an in-person ceremony. It was a fantastic experience, if somewhat surprising. For example, I had no idea that (some) people dance/somersault/twerk across the stage... it was... eye-opening!

I'm proud to be a member of the Open University family.

On The Blog

Today, I published an article about meal planning. If you'd like access to the template mentioned in the post, you'll need to join The Library.

How Weekly Meal Planning Boosts Your Wellbeing and Productivity
Stressed, overworked, and hungry? There’s a solution…
Meal Planner Notion Template
The exact Notion template I use to plan my meals.


I plan to write a review of Morgen soon, but in the meantime, if you want to try it out, feel free to use my affiliate link below. Spoiler alert for the review: it's brilliant, and I now use it for my calendar and task list.

Morgen: Unified calendar, scheduler and task manager
Manage your calendars, to-dos, and scheduling in Morgen. Morgen integrates with your calendars and to-do apps. App for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS.


Is the GTD System ADHD-Friendly?
Is David Allen’s Getting Things Done methodology good for ADHDers? In this post, I look at the pros and cons of using GTD for ADHD.
Why I combine my work and personal to-do lists | Zapier
Work to-do lists often get priority over personal ones. Here’s how I combine all my tasks into one list to be sure my personal to-dos don’t slip through the cracks.
Forest Bathing Is Your Ticket to Wellness—and Better Hiking, Too
A slow walk through the woods has psychological and physiological benefits—and it could teach you a few things about hiking, too.

Martine's Book Club

My (very casual) book club is now happening. Click the button below to join over on Literal. Literal is free to use, and they have a great app.

This month we are reading 52 Ways to Walk by Annabel Streets (get a link to the book on Literal).

Will you join us?

I'm compiling a list of books the club might read (click the button below to see it). Is there anything else I should add?

Tweet of the Week

This thread... 🤯

That's a Wrap

As always, thanks for reading.

Hit reply and let me know what you found most helpful this week - I’d love to hear from you.

See you next weekend.

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