Switch to iPad: Issue 98
A typical day ⌛️
How are you? Did you have a good day? This week, I thought I’d tell you about mine. It might illuminate some issues and compromises, as well as strengths, of using an iPad, foremost.
So, tag along for a day.
7:30am. I wake by myself, later than usual. It’s due to a long-weekend, normally I’ll wake up around 7am.
7:40am. I make breakfast for the family. They’re having toasts, and a bran crisp Helena favors this morning. Also, strawberries. Me, I stick with coffee. I read my feeds, the news, and glance at Reddit on my iPad mini. It’s my morning paper of choice.
8:00-8:30am. Getting the kid ready for preschool, as well as making things work with one bathroom across three people, takes some time.
8:40am. Checking to see if there’s something that needs rescheduling due to whatever crisis happened this particular morning. Nothing, fortunately. As for scheduling on the whole, it’s been set since last week, as usual. My schedule is split between calendar events, to-dos in Reminders, and the project management system we use at the agency. I typically sit down at the quietest place in the apartment, with my 11” iPad Pro, for this because mornings tend to be a bit messy.