it works pretty ok for me for short things I absolutely need to do (e.g. appointments) but as I say this I realize that's closer to a calendar in function, really, I'm just too lazy to adopt the format of one
@SuricrasiaOnline I'm not sure what your specific issue with them is but maybe this being more of a "here are things I think are neat in case I forget or need inspiration" thing than a "here are tasks I am delegating to myself" thing might make it more useful?
@byttyrs If you do end up trying it lemme know how it works, would be nice to get a larger sample size
@byttyrs Health Canada, apparently
@byttyrs my stepmom has biliary dyskinesia and takes a supplement for it. I grabbed a picture of it last time I was over there, forgot to send it.
she definitely mentioned she takes it for help with fat/protein rich meals, so hopefully it's good for your case? idk
@chemelia if the only upside you can come up with is free food then I'd lean stay unless you're also dealing with food insecurity
@lunalapin Get In The Car, Loser! uses Phoenix Iced Tea. Not quite as flagrant product placement, but the chain of wordplay ends in it being the game's revive item so I'd call it more of a sidegrade overall
@chemelia I'd like to throw "do something tiny to get a win" into the possibility space, but definitely agree with the other replies that going easy in these circumstances is totally a reasonable pick
@monorail It's worth noting, especially re:caterpie, that the "average trainer" stats are probably being weighed down by a lot of children
@SuricrasiaOnline I think we have at least vaguely similar views on magic then, though yours are clearly further developed
Eternally unsure what to say
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!