When I opened up my email program this morning, I got a bit of a shock 😅
In April, more than 5,000 new (amazing and cool) people signed up to read this newsletter!
Now granted, about half of that number doesn’t make it past the Double-Opt In, but it’s still pretty ridiculous to me that two times my high school has tried to join Holistically Speaking in just one month 😳
For reference: it nearly took me 2 years to get to a total of 5,000 subscribers 😅
Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you for being a part of this journey, . It means a lot to me 😇
One thing I’m particularly excited about:
I’m slowly able to collaborate with cool brands and tools and showcase particularly helpful ones to you.
Speaking of which, let’s introduce the official sponsor of this week’s newsletter, Scrintal.
Think of Scrintal like a child between Notion, Whimsical and Roam. If you ever wished that Notion had a whiteboard functionality or would just allow for easier mind-mapping, then this one is for you!
Meet Scrintal, your visual-first note-taking tool
Scrintal combines the best of an infinite canvas with bi-directional links, making it perfect for brainstorming, mapping complex projects, building processes, planning, studying and researching.
If you’re a visual thinker, you're gonna love Scrintal
Scrintal: Your Zettelkasten for Next-Level Note-Taking
Meet Scrintal, a visual-first knowledge management tool designed to elevate your note-taking and idea development through a unique combination of features.
Scrintal is a particularly great choice if you're looking to implement the famous Zettelkasten Method. Which is why in this tutorial, you’re first going to learn the fundamentals of Scrintal and then use your new knowledge to build a simple Zettelkasten System in Scrintal.