The water rose and rose. With it, the people in the building kept moving up the floors. When the rain finally stopped, the water level settled around the 16th floor. Looking out, they could see that most of the buildings on their block were submerged beneath the water. Only the other high-rises were visible, but most were far enough away that all they could see were the darkened windows. They had no idea if anyone else was left alive.
Yearbook Office brings it once again. (Although DANG, Alice, why’d the story have to stop RIGHT THERE?)
chrispackham asked: I'm a full-time freelancer, and I'm excellent about deadlines but really irresponsible about tracking completed assignments/payments. What's your system? Do you use a spreadsheet? Notebook? System of Memento tattoos? If you've already posted something about this, a link would be great. Thanks! You're awesome!
I practice GTD, which should answer all questions about productivity and tracking systems completely and fully. ;)
(Seriously: if you do GTD you won’t have to worry about anything ever again, EVER, because the system is so awesome.)
Also: I have an enormous spreadsheet.
Tumblr just told me that I was a member of the Two Thousand Posts Society.
Where are the meetings, and is there cake?
What people want from Adam, for him to be handsome, and dark, and a little weird and a lot intense, costs him very little. But what the professional world wants from Hannah, for her to repurpose her entire life into a monetizable story, and to do it before she gets old enough for her antics to be pathetic and unmarketable, costs quite a lot.Oh look, I’m quoting the Vulture GIRLS recap again. Alyssa Rosenberg may be my favorite recapper EVER.