I don't own a Kindle Reader and I don't know anyone who does. Being a hands-on person, I would miss the tactile quality of a real book. Wouldn't you? I can't stand reading more than two paragraphs on the small screen without giving up and printing out the whole article.
Hence, you guessed it, I have huge bunches of 8 1/2 x 11 paper—some neatly stapled together, others frighteningly loose—spilling over the surface of my desk and onto the floor. I hired an organizer (twice!), but it apparently didn't take, because a week after she left I reverted to my old habits. I have one stack so high that I can barely see over it, and I'm sure they are all important papers or I wouldn't have saved them, but I have no idea what gems now repose at the bottom of the stack. I'm afraid to find out!
I have an "In" box, an "Out" box and an overflowing one marked "Pending." That's not the problem. I love information, and/but I'm drowning in it. Help! Besides, I've got some nasty paper cuts.
Perhaps I should start a support group, called, "Women Who Love (Information) Too Much."
About Mary Lynn
Causes Mary Lynn Archibald Supports
Battered Women's Shelter, SPCA, Healdsburg Animal Shelter, Nature Conservancy