I'm New Here

I've browsed the DIY site before, and it comes up a lot when people talk about Getting Things Done, the organizational approach developed by David Allen.

Yesterday, I had a chance to look at the DIY site in more depth. Wow! I also downloaded the Hipster PDA forms. I wasn't sure that my Lexmark 6200 would print the 3 x 5 cards, but it did a great job. I'm impressed with how the cards turned out.

I recently gave up my Daytimer classic daily planner, and now run my life out of a pocket sized Moleskine reporter's notebook. Less is truly more. I find I am referring to my daily appointments/tasks/notes more often than I used to do, and also that I am writing more.

The Hipster PDA cards will supplement my Moleskine system. I am going to tape a weekly plan card into the notebook at the beginning of each week. Also, I am going to put some note cards, the GTD flow chart, and next action cards in the envelope at the back of the Moleskine.

I moderate the Yahoo Getting Things Done group where we have almost 3,000 members, and will urge people to explore the DIY site. Anyone interested in GTD is welcome to join us at Getting_Things_Done-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . We're a friendy, laid back group, and lately have spent a lot of time talking about adapting Moleskines. Some of the members are using and liking DIY pages.

Doug, thanks for a super site.

Daly

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