A month long experiment
What with all the talk of being environmentally conscious, lately, we have been trying to reduce the packaging and single use plastics that we use, at home.
This got me thinking about all the paper I use. Truth is, I have always been an analogue girl, despite my inherent tech geekiness, but as I was thinking of all the paper I use, and of all the trees that are cut down every year to produce said paper, I ended up wondering if I could port most of what I do into digital format. I know that it’s not going to make a huge dent in the way that trees are cut down, but in the words of Tesco… every little helps.
So, for the next month, I plan to work as digitally as I possibly can. I will carry no paper or pen with me, and will be solely reliant on digital forms of note-taking, art, writing and reading.
I don’t know if it’ll work, or whether I will come against any hurdles or not, but it’ll be interesting to find out. So, my tools for this will be the ipad pro 10″ 2017, ipad Pro 12″ 2017, and the remarkable tablet, alongside my laptop, kindle, pc and phone.
I’ll update you when I get into the month a bit further.
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Li Carter is a writer, artist and crafter. She lives in South Wales, UK, with her family, and five rescue dogs. She’s on Twitter @rbcreativeli , Facebook: Rainbow Butterfly Creative, and Instagram @rainbowbutterflycreative and is the author of My Only True Friend: The Beginning. She is currently working on a new series titled The QuickSilver Chronicles. She is the original Rainbow Butterfly, and wants to fill an ever darkening world with a little bit of beauty and creativity.