Here’s a great tip for the notebook GTDers out there. Peter at Getting [Some] Things Done has a nice write up on using tabs to organize his Moleskine notebook, but this little hack stood out.
Starting at the back and working forwards, are my notes, sketches etc. I use the bookmark to mark the current working place, and a single blue tab at the top of the notebook to mark the processed work- most of my notes either need to be blogged or processed into my context lists. If the blue tab is close to the bookmark, things are going well. If not, things are getting out of hand.
Neat way to keep track of completed progress, isn’t it?
Yet Another GTD Moleskine Hack – [GettingSomeThingsDone]
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