I spent a good chunk of time today copying poetry files from my desktop into google docs, arranging them in a folder, and giving sharing access to my alternate email address.

With my husband’s help, I set up a submission database in google sheets. Better yet, I sent two poetry submissions today, so I was able to put entries into the new database!

Although I still have a lot of packing and such to do in the next two days, I feel better knowing that I will have access to my poetry resources so that I can send submissions while I am away from home.

Poetry over packing!  Priorities!

Author: Joanne Corey

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4 thoughts on “Progress!”

    1. Yes, Ellen. I am not the most up-to-date on my tech resources and most of my poetry is on my desktop system at home, without a great way to sync it to something portable that I will have with me. I also figured that google docs, because it saves automatically and is in the cloud will serve as an additional backup to the external hard drive I use with my home system. I have paper copies of a lot of my poems, too, but not always with the latest edits. Many people say that poems are never really finished – and I think that may be true.

      And thanks for the vote of confidence on my priorities! Because my daughter is in Honolulu, we will have easy access to laundry facilities and, if push comes to shove, I can borrow some of her clothes. 😉

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