Exciting times – the State Library of Victoria’s ‘Vision 2020’ project will see a huge refurbishment and the creation of new spaces, with a 40% increase in public space!
There’s a website dedicated to the project if you’re keen to learn more, and you can even donate (hey it’s going to cost an estimated $88.1 million to complete!) According to Broadsheet Melbourne:
To fund the library upgrade the State Government has pledged $60.4 million, contributing $2 for every $1 raised through philanthropy.
Donations to date have reached $21.8 million, with large contributions from Maria and Allan Myers, the John and Myriam Wylie Foundation and the Ian Potter Foundation.
The remaining $5.9million will be sought through a public fund raising campaign.
I can’t wait to see the final result!! 🙂
Oh excitement! If you are a list-maker, than this is the application for you!
Using this program makes me very happy, because I love to be organised.
You can download it onto your phone and other devices and sync all your lists, as well as just using it as a webpage on your desktop.
The premise is pretty simple. Create a category, such as ‘work’, ‘groceries’ or ‘packing’ and then create each item in the list. You can set dates, email reminders and star important items. You can even share lists with other people.
The best part – when you tick something off as completed, you get a very satisfying ‘ding’!
I definitely recommend downloading this to anyone who usually has a thousand post-it notes and scrappy lists lying around. It’s definitely my new favourite thing!! 🙂