The Bookmark button on the toolbar has a purpose. It. Makes. Life. Easier.
With the amount of time I get lost in the bowels of the internet searching for something that has been covered in layers and layers of coding, you’d think I would take advantage of this tool by now.
I mean, sometimes the item is suffocating under so many stratifications, that I start questioning if it really was from the internet. Or did I imagine seeing it? Was it a dream of pure brilliance that I shall NOW share with everyone?
I’m fairly certain that my 21st Century sleuthing skills have failed, despite years of training them on things like Google Search and Facebook, huh huh.
Example A: I found the following workout on Peanut Butter Fingers (my favorite blog) written by Julie Fagan over a year ago. I wrote it down on a 3×5 index card, did the workout maybe 20 times, and carried the card with me every time I went to the gym. Last night I tore my room apart trying to find that card in hopes of cranking out the workout this morning. When I couldn’t find the card in my room, I visited her blog to pull it back up….
And I couldn’t friggin find it!
I swear I didn’t make it up, and I am 99.9% positive that I did find it on her website at one time. So instead of fighting the search, I decided to simply remember it. Wow, what a concept! Thank god for the beauty of repetition and commitment to overcome my horrible memory. I AM 100% certain this is the original workout I fell in love with over a year ago. And even more giddy to prove that my brain is smarter than a computer….sometimes. ;)
AND I REPEAT: I did not make this up. This is Julie’s from PBF.