I’d been putting it off for far too long- viewing this as yet another task to do in my already too-busy schedule. It sounded like a good idea yet I kept pushing it to the bottom of my list. (Do I really have time to log and track what’s on mind!). From a combination of guilt and desire to address outstanding in-box items, I finally visited Maple. I liked the ingenuity as well as the ease in maneuvering the site. Most of all, I was surprised to find myself actually documenting what was on my mind at the time, even on my first visit. What a genius idea for dumping, collecting and trying to make sense of all the things that cross our minds. I’ll certainly be using Maple going forward.
Although I just started using Maple, I really love it! It feels so comfortable and friendly – and seems like it was built just for me! That’s one of the great things about it – it isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ tool. It gives me the flexibility to use any or all the features it offers. I use the personal journal and the quotes option the most right now, but I am excited to explore all the potential Maple has, and as a result realize all the potential I have.