Nonfiction books can change your life for the better. My life took a different path after I read Getting Things Done by David Allen. Since then, I started reading more and more nonfiction books - I try to do one fiction, one nonfiction book (though I admit I read the entire Cosmere universe books by Brandon Sanderson without stopping for air).
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://amir.rachum.com/blog/2022/08/28/litnotes/
This was very helpful in starting my own literature notes. Could you talk a little more about how you set up your home page? And how do you use it?
I’m new to Obsidian and have been using a daily note template that I like, but I liked the photo of your home page and think that might be an interesting thing to check out.
My home page is just a note with some links to other notes. I keep it pinned to the left in my Obsidian setup so that it’s always visible. There’s nothing inherently special about it - just a note I always keep open. It looks something like this (with more personal stuff removed):
It also has my “Inbox” note embedded at the bottom - that’s a note I paste links to, etc., to be processed later. I use this as sort of my “menu” / navigation for my notes in Obsidian. When I want to spend some time writing but don’t have a specific note in mind, I scan through it to get some ideas.