25 April 2017

Free For All Tuesday No. 325

So what questions or discussion points have you got for us today?

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a more experienced user of organisers, we want to hear your thoughts, questions, opinions etc.

Make today the one day you post a comment or a question.

It is Tuesday after all so fire away.

9 comments:

  1. I'd love to know how people manage their to-dos as I can never quite seem to come up with a system that works for me. Do you keep yours in the diary section of your Filofax, in another part, or somewhere separate outside your Filofax altogether? Tips much appreciated... thanks!

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    1. I'd be interested in any tips as well. I've tried Filofax diary inserts, Day-Timer/Franklin Covey, and Getting Things Done, but still haven't found a suitable solution.

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    2. I adopted the GTD system back in 2011 (?) and have used it more or less consistently (minus a few aberrations) ever since. It works for me, and you can find a handful of guest posts on this site if you want to try it.

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    3. I keep a master list of tasks in Todoist, but transfer the key ones to my daily pages in my Filofax. It works for me. I am scared that if I just keep my todos in my Filofax, I will miss something.

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    4. I keep a master list of tasks in Todoist, but transfer the key ones to my daily pages in my Filofax. It works for me. I am scared that if I just keep my todos in my Filofax, I will miss something.

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  2. Hello! Has anyone used a clipbook as a main planner? I am tempted by the new personal size.

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    1. I have the new personal size in Rose, tis lovely and it could quite easily be used as a main planner, although it only comes with 13 weeks of week to view planning pages, so you would also need appropriate inserts. I prefer the inserts that come with clipbooks because they are printed on a higher quality paper. Personally I am using mine for on the go writing, but definitely viable to use as a main planner x

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  3. For Purpleprose: I am in grad school, so most of my to-dos are day/week related. I used a 2p/week spread that has a spot by each day for what's due for class by day but It has a to-do section for general things I need to get done that week so I can note it and what day I want to do it. I tend to keep everything for the week on those 2 pages so I don't have to flip back and forth to others. For me, if it's out of sight it's out of mind as far as to-do lists go. I've simplified in the past year and it's great. I have the weekly pages, a couple of months at the front for long-range things and an alphabetical section for reference stuff, projects, research ideas, etc. The only other section is for blank note paper. I am finally using everything in my planner ! :)

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    1. Peach I would love to know which weekly pages you are using! I'm constantly searching for weekly pages with enough space for my daily and weekly to-dos.

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