When I was still working, my boss shared the "Two Minute Rule" with me. Basically, when you think of something that needs to be done, go ahead and do it. It will probably only take two minutes (hence the name of the "Rule") and if you don't do it, chances are you'll forget and it won't get done at all.
Well, he was right. I was working on my post about the Legislative Buildings and was rambling on about the Masonic codes and messages hidden within the building and detailed in the book, 'The Hermetic Code', but darned if I could remember the name of the author of the book. I'll just put in a few xxx's I thought to myself and then before I publish the post, I'll look up the name. Unh hunh, sure you will. It wasn't until my husband came home and read my latest efforts that I realized I'd forgotten to check and edit.
The "Two Minute Rule" is not to be taken lightly.
The author's name, by the way, is Frank Albo. He is a Research Fellow at the University of Winnipeg and a specialist in ancient Near Eastern religions and Western esoteric traditions. He is presently a Huygens scholar in the Department of Hermetic Philosophy and Related Currents at the University of Amsterdam and a doctoral candidate in the History of Architecture at the University of Cambridge, UK.
(I lifted part of that from the Internet - and it took less than Two Minutes!!!!!!)