Hi! I'm Eleanor Konik – a history nerd & fantasy author who enjoys putting software through its paces.
I try to keep up with all the tools, plugins, guides, events, & discussions relevant to Obsidian's corner of the personal knowledge management community, as well as share some insight into my own nerdy deep dives into ancient history & weird animal biology... and more importantly the methods that help me stay sane and happy during the process.
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Thoughts on productivity
Old, simple tools are often still useful, especially when paired with a practice of frequent check-ins with your goals and mental state.
For the most part, my teaching notes are very simple and low-tech. But Obsidian was helpful when I was allowed to use it.
Map generation & usage
Lessons in persistence from food porn science fiction
Reflections on the rants of Ursula Vernon, L. E. Modesitt Jr., & Naomi Novik