I have backups of my backups for my current NaNoWriMo project. I have backups in Scrivener, in Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, etc. LOL . I also had a backup for the word count in Bean. Today though, I noticed that the Bean copy had only about 23000 words. It had ALL of them yesterday! That would have been eight days work gone. I'm glad it was just a back up of a backup! I got it all fixed. I have been pasting every day's work in Bean so I can use it to validate my word count on NaNo at the end. I remember in my second NaNo.. or my first, I can't remember, but I lost a whole day and had to re-write it as best as I could remember. Back. Up. Your. Work.
Okay, now that I've given you my good deed for the day, I wanted to mention good ole, Evernote. I have a backup in Evernote too by the way! :P
I have my character profiles in both Evernote and Scrivener. I knew how good the search feature was on Evernote, so when I needed to verify something about one of my characters, I searched a keyword in Evernote and the character I needed popped right up! Evernote has a great search function.
My Midori inserts came today and they are pretty nice! The months of January through June are in one and July through December are in the other. They came with two stickers and a little information booklet. I like the layout. It has the seven days on one page and a block grid on the other page. It could make a good 'premade' bujo for my weeklies. Everything else I could write or draw out. I'm going to play with it a while and then decide. For now, here are my inserts.
From left to right: Guide, stickers, insert one, insert two. I love that they are blue and they match my blue Midori TN! :) If you look to the right in this picture, you can see some of the charms on my TN.