Notion is a great note-taking tool.
Just recently, they changed their free plan.
They had a free plan from the beginning but limited how much pages/blocks you can save. Now you can save unlimited pages and blocks.
My issue with a “free” plan is that the terms of what they offer for free can change overnight.
If you rely on a product, pay for it!
As of this writing, I’ll continue paying for Notion. I use it every single day to manage tasks and outline and write tutorials.
In this video, I talk about how writing with a pen and paper can get the juices flowing when you’re stuck.
If you have “writer’s block”, sometimes it’s best to remove yourself from the computer and start writing on paper.
I find it easier to get into “flow” when writing on paper than typing on a computer. I think it’s because I try to edit while writing, whereas when you write on paper, you can’t revise.
You can’t delete the last sentence and start again; this helps me get into “flow”.
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