We’re almost there. This is the last month of our year-long promotion on Mariner Software. We started last year and had each month a different, exclusive promo code which gave you an instant 15% discount to ALL Mariner products.
I said a few times, but I’ll say it again, just in case you missed it: I monetize this blog almost exclusively by promoting other products, a thing also known as affiliate marketing. I promote only things I use and find valuable (despite the increasing request queue for some “fantastic product that I’m sure your blog readers will love” that is piling up in my inbox). Promoting good, valuable and useful products is a win-win situation. In fact, is a win-win-win situation because everybody gets something: my readers get access to good stuff, the makers of that good stuff get to sell it and I get a commission out of it (in case you’re wondering what’s in it for me). One word though: these promo codes are exclusive to this blog, you won’t find them anywhere else on the Internet.
I would like to tell you more about this, but I know you’re eager to get your discount, so, without further ado, the November Mariner Promo Code:
How to Use It
Go to Mariner eStore, add this code to the designated field and start shopping.
What You Get
You get a nice piece of software, called MacJournal, which is my blogging and journaling software of choice. This very blog is created using a GTD setup created in MacJournal. My ebook was also written 90% in MacJournal (edited in Pages later). But you can also apply this code to other fine products of Mariner, including, but not limited to MacGourmet DeLuxe, StoryMill, Contour or even Write or Calc. A little birdie told me that the discount is available for bundles too 😉
Running For My Life - from zero to ultramarathoner
The spooky thing about depression is that it sneaks in. There aren’t really trumpets and loud voices announcing: “Hail, hail, this is depression entering the room, all rise!” Nope. It’s slow, silent, creepy. It doesn’t even look like depression. It starts with small isolation thoughts like: “Maybe I shouldn’t get out today, I just don’t feel like going out”. And then it does the same next day. And then the day after that and so on. And then it starts to whisper louder and louder in your ears: “Why would you go outside, you loser? Didn’t have enough yet? Want more people to make fun of how much of a big, fat loser you are?”
And then you start to breath in guilt and shame, instead of air. Every breathe you take is putting more dark thoughts into your body.
Until you get stuck. You can’t move anymore. At all.
If you want to know how I got out of this space, eventually, check out my latest book on Amazon and Kindle.