Hello, stumbled on this by freak accident a week ago. I am coming from the Obsidian Camp after leaving Roam. Love Obsidian but this is also very seductive. I work with stories and run a not for profit business. My work is predominantly around personal and community development specialising in mental health and existential issues. I am an artist, writer and therapist, self-taught publisher and graphic designer… I live in the cold rainy part of England, in the north in a seaside town. It is a rare warm and sunny day here today.
I am using Obsidian (and thus looking at how Logseq may stand similar or better) to build self-therapy processes as well as community projects. I also use it for my own personal self-therapy. The backlinking process of these products allows for those self-discoveries much quicker than in traditional therapeutic settings so I am on a mission to help people help themselves through tools like this. presently building workflows and guidance for my community to take charge of their own lives through self-discovery
I use a community method known as co-production so with this I really welcome people to contribute thoughts, ideas and solutions to help me help other people.
Rambling on I also love dogs, have a deep wanderlust and cheese on toast.
So I am rambling on, sat in the most locked-down country in the world with too much time on my hands. I love a good natter (conversation), drinking tea (oh so Britishly stereotypical). Love a good old dystopian movie, things about near-death experiences
I am not very techy with code but I do make a great bread and butter pudding