Manage your personal network: nurturing relationships that are important to you, staying in touch with the people you want to, and building connections through shared interests.

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The Contact theme allows you to organize information about the people in your life. It also tracks interactions, and can remind you if there's someone you haven't contacted recently.

Contact People

A simple, intuitive contact manager that helps you track personal, contextual relationship information - such as important life events and conversations.

Contact Events

Track meetings, conversations, and other interactions.

Contact Interests

Organize contacts by attributes or interests (e.g. Szechuan food, hip hop, data science).


Build and organize your cooking knowledge, encouraging you to be more deliberate and resourceful about what you cook and how you make it.

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The Cooking theme organizes your recipes: ones you've cooked (and how they came out) and ones you'd like to. It organizes foods by region, type, and ingredients if you're trying to remember a particular dish or put together a menu.


Organize your recipes by type of food, region/cuisine, ingredients, and more.

Recipe Cookings

Track the recipes you've tried to make, how the dish turned out and what you might do differently next time.



Improve your crossword skills by building your vocabulary and tracking your historical performance.

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The Crossword theme records crossword solving attempts! It gives performance analytics, and tracks missed clues and periodically quizzes you on them.


Store information on crossword attempts, and your speed and accuracy over time


Stores clues you missed and might want to learn for the future.


This theme is a personal journal. It allows you to reflect on events and emotions in your life and store them for the future.

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The Diary theme encourages you to write regularly, making you more creative and productive and improving your mental health. A written record of life events and activities can be valuable for later reference. Finally, reflecting on your emotions improves your emotional intelligence and can help you identify and promote positive behavior and interactions.


Record and reflect on emotions that you experience, by type and context.

Journal Entries

A simple journal to record events, ideas, feelings.


Help make sense of your traveled world, remember where you've been, and decide where to go next.

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The Travel theme keeps track of the places you've been and the ones you'd like to visit. It stores information about completed trips that is relevant for you and your fellow travelers, and it organizes potential trips along metrics such as expense and convenience.

Travel Desires

  • Where would you like to go?
  • What attractions are there to see?
  • How relaxing, time-intensive, and expensive is the vacation?
  • Who might be appropriate to take with you?
  • What time of year is best for this trip?


  • Where did you go? Which cities and countries did you visit?
  • When did you go?
  • Who did you travel with?
  • What natural and cultural sights did you see (and what foods did you eat), and which were your favorite?
  • What advice would you give someone visiting the same place, or what would you do differently next time?


Become a more informed and sophisticated wine drinker, developing your knowledge of the world's wines and improving your tasting palate.

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The Wine theme keeps track of wines you've tasted, recording information about the wines and your impressions of them. It stores and organizes wines according to their varietals, vintages, and terroirs. It also allows you to take structured and detailed tasting notes, recording your observations about each wine you drink.


  • Who makes it?
  • What is the vintage and varietal(s)?
  • What is the vineyard, and where is it located? What is the terroir - subregion, region, and country?
  • Where did you buy it, and how much did it cost?


  • When did you have it, how long after opening the bottle, and with which food?
  • What color is the wine?
  • How would you describe the aroma? The taste? The aftertaste?
  • How acidic, astringent, alcoholic, sweet, full-bodied, and intense is the wine?
  • Would you drink this wine again? Why or why not? If so, what would you pair it with?
  • What is your overall rating?


What are the locations and characteristics of the vineyards, regions, and countries of the wines you've tried?


Build your vocabulary by encouraging you to write regularly using the words you are learning.

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The Lexicon theme tracks words of interest to you and prompts you to use them in your writing.


Words you'd like to learn, including their definition and the context in which you found them.


Examples of your writing using Lexicon words.