Check out stow for a brief introduction to stow

What if I want to stow a package somewhere else? Boom, that's where -t comes in...

Maybe I don't like having my dotfiles repo at $HOME and instead I want it in ~/git or ~/personal just to stay organized... Well then I could have the same workflow except the stow command looks like this:

stow zsh -t ~/
stow zsh -t $HOME