This is the first ever edition of my Tidbits by Tim Newsletter. I am in the habit of sending people links with interesting stuff and have decided to make that a bit more efficient. Hence this newsletter.
In this very first issue you will find:
💸A Budget Tool
🍺Something about homebrewing beer.
Cory Doctorow is probably one of my favourite writers. He writes fun novels that tackle issues around technology. He writes a yearly list of books he reviewed, that I higly recommend reading. It’s a mix of fiction and none-fiction and contains a lot of interesting reading material.
All the books I reviewed in 2021. Plus one I published! | by Cory Doctorow | Dec, 2021 | Medium — doctorow.medium.com
This is more-or-less my last blogging day of 2021 (I may sneak a post or two in before the New Year, but I might not), so it’s time for my annual roundup of my book reviews from the year gone by…
I have been looking for an interesting tool to budget my money for a while. Lunch Money is the first I really connected with, as in it being fun to use. I will dive into it a bit more and review it on the blog in a few days.
Lunch Money | Delightfully simple personal finance & budgeting — lunchmoney.app
Lunch Money is a budgeting app with multi currency & cryptocurrency support for the modern day spender. Meet your biggest cheerleader in personal finances!
I have been brewing my own beer for about a year now. It is a lot of fun and I have been very happy with the results so far. If you want to try it without the investment in equipment, try the upcoming game Brewmaster. It has all the fun of brewing, minus the beer and the hangover.
Brewmaster: Beer Brewing Simulator on Steam — store.steampowered.com
Brew your perfect beer in this relaxing home brewing sim. Use a realistic chemistry simulation to brew hoppy IPAs to creamy stouts. Customise your brewing space, create recipes and label your beer, unlock new equipment and enter competitions. Learn to brew, refine your craft and become a Brewmaster!
Thanks for reading. Write back if you enjoyed it, I really want to learn about making newsletters and that is easier with feedback. See you next week.