Will it fit in a spreadsheet or schematics?
I like spreadsheets. I try to put everything into one. They are poorly made by accounting standards, for sure, but serve well for informational organization.
Every doctor's visit I've ever had? In a spreadsheet. DVD collection? Spreadsheet. I will spreadsheet you before you know it.
Schematics, also. One of my sketch journals is just for drawing plans and ideas for various fortresses and places I'd like to live, all with the peculiar property of being isolated with a wall to keep people out and never have to leave again. There are sketches of things like gravity-based water pumps for electricity, ways to collect rainwater for household use -- that kind of thing. The kind of engineering an art major might come up with, heh.
Years ago, I had a cupcake business, and I recently stumbled across some drawings I'd made back then. Apparently I also made schematics for cupcakes. (Yes, I had several spreadsheets as well.)
Because the structural makeup of a dessert is crucial to get down on paper.
|Red Velvet, a weak chocolate cake and 10 lbs of red food dye|
|Different from Casino Royale.|
|The joy of citrus.|
|Everyone wants a cupcake with "shards" in the description.|
|In practice, people didn't know what the decoration was supposed to be.|
|This was a pretty good basic chocolate cake, so mom was right.|
I thought it was funny. You might be able to pick out a few of them from my old pastry gallery.