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  1. Miranda Hill wrote on

    Ohhhh yes, yes, yes. I am. The word ‘anal’ comes to mind. And I’ll steal your words ‘get your minds out of the gutter’. I”m particular. I like things measured, tracked and done just so. My list would be different but the sentiment is the same. I see detail everywhere. My latest toy is my new Fitbit – which tells me what I already know…that I don’t sit down much. But, it does so with so much measured, graphed, skip-through-your-day delightful detail. My point – you are not alone!

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      LOL. Good to hear I’m not alone.

      I tried Fitbit, but I didn’t think the data was accurate enough. (Goto start of blog post.)

  2. Miranda Hill wrote on

    Oh I agree, it’s probably not that accurate at all. However, at the moment it satisfies my need for data. I’m sure I’ll move on to another obsessive behaviour soon!

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      Definitely. I enjoyed parts of it, and I LOVED knowing it was doing its thing. To me, that’s like when I have the washing machine, dryer, dishwasher and pool cleaner all going at once, as well as my virus and malware scanners. And defrag. On multiple computers. All that work happening at once, without me doing it!

  3. Peter wrote on

    What about serious inability to read an ugly Word document? I just have to at least fix the headings and re-paginate (and perhaps take the underlining our of the headings) before I can even begin to read that… thing they gave me which they call a [cough] manual…

    And don’t get me started on 8pt spreadsheets. Of course i have to reformat before I start contemplating its synergies

    But that’s not obsessive, just artistic… isn’t it?

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      I’m happy to call it artistic if you are! (And I feel your pain.)

  4. Margaret Moon wrote on

    Lovely to see that I’m in good company. Someone sent me a project plan to review today and I couldn’t read it because there were three different font sizes and the headings were inconsistent.

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      LOL. Yep, that does make things difficult. :-\

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