I love Moleskine. I’ve got a Moleskine 2006/7 week diary as well as two small ruled notebooks. I bought a large ruled notebook just under a year ago – yet it’s still empty. I emphasis how important it is to use it wisely, and I’ve never found a worthy enough use for it. With that said, and with my recent inability to get things done I decided to opt for the coincidentally named Getting Things Done (GTD) System.
Combine that with a pocket ruled notebook and my organization in life surely can’t go wrong! So here’s a step by step on how I converted my Moleskine notebook into a pocket sized GTD system.
What is my aim?
Getting Things Done is purely that, a system on Getting Things Done. The reason I chose to do this, was through realising my own inept ways of keeping time, keeping to deadlines, and even remembering half the things I needed to remember. My main aim was to ensure any thoughts, ideas, projects, plans, appointments, deadlines, inspirations were down on paper. This means my brain doesn’t have to think about remembering them any more. All it needs to remember is to look in the notebook from time to time.
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