Getting Things Done On Paper

I've gotten so much accomplished in the last few days since I switched to a paper-based version of Getting Things Done! There's something magical about writing tasks down on a list and crossing them off when they're finished. Who knew?


Paul Freeman said...

I totally agree that getting things down on paper is the way forward, rather then battling with a computer, one of the best comments I've seen about GTD was about not been scared to use your notebooks, because if you don't write in them and save them for something special, no matter how nice it might look on the surface its just a dead tree really.

Jennifer said...

That's exactly what I do. I buy all this nice stationery and "save it for something special." It's lunacy.