I was experiencing a pretty hard low because I have not eaten all day, I am tired, and I am bored bc it is Friday night and I do not have “plans.“. When I take a second to focus on my breathing and my mood I realize that there is nothing wrong with feeling down but also that I am in control of my feelings. I am excited about my breakfast sandwich for dinner, about talking to more people about Twos, about Embarc Collective, and Synapse next Thursday. . We are just now hitting our stride and need to keep moving it towards funding and mass adoption.. Twos is a really amazing tool and you do feel immediately better when you remove some of the negative thoughts from your brain to words.. I think that BJ Fogg/Nandini have a really good point that we should move on. We MUST find our wedge. Twos is a great product but will have an immediate impact on people that need to quickly write things down in an organized way.. Make a list of the 10 instances people need to write something down and then narrow it as much as possible to which one Twos fits the best specifically with its days, lists, things, and features to help you navigate between those things.. For example, in therapy I imagine it would be amazing if you could write down all your thoughts/feelings and then choose which things you want to share with your therapist. . By writing all of your thoughts down, then moving the ones you want to share to a collaborated list - you are doing that without texting/emailing such personal info.. We can revisit some of the great advice we are getting and make it actionable by putting thought into new initiatives we can make. Stop bogging ourselves down in the details especially when Twos is already a great product that can help a lot of people. . Sometimes it feels like I do not have many people to talk about these feelings with other than Parker and want to be cognizant of his time, attention, and not relying on him to always listen to my bs. . That is why I am turning to Twos and feel almost instantly better. Thoughts = out of mind. Time to move on with my damn night. . When the going gets tough, the tough get going.