There’s an old saying “The cobbler’s son has no shoes.” It’s generally taken to mean that we can neglect to do for ourselves something we do for other people.
I’ve been writing a few scripts for my personal use, things I’ve long intended to do but only recently got around to doing.
I said something about this and someone pointed out that what I said rhymed. With a little editing I turned this into a little couplet:
The cobbler’s son is getting some shoes:
Writing some scripts for myself to use.
I won’t be blogging about my scripts because they’re not interesting. As I commented here, really useful productivity tools are not interesting to a wide audience precisely because they’re so specialized.