This week’s addict has written various blog posts thoroughly documenting how he keeps himself organized with a version of the GTD (Getting Things Done) system. And he’s filled a lot of notebooks doing it! I also loved this quote: Why do I insist on keeping a notebook? To quote Dwight Schrute, “I keep secrets from […]
There are lots of people out there who are passionate about organizing their lives using the GTD (Getting Things Done) method with Moleskine notebooks. Here’s one person’s technique: The first part of my system begins with my weekly tasks page. This is the big rocks I have to get done this week. The two […]
Here’s an interesting post on notebook usage at a blog called Always Learning. I have to admit that the thought of ripping out lots of Moleskine pages did make me cringe a bit. I think I tore a page out of one of mine for the first time the other day, but it was just […]
Another post about notebooks from The Simple Dollar, a blog about personal finance, self-improvement and frugal living. (Featured before in this post.) Trent talks about how he uses his “Idea Notebook,” including these tips, which he expands upon in the original post: I simply keep a small pocket notebook in my pocket at all times. […]
This week’s notebook addict is a Moleskine addict: He bought these 6 new Moleskines all at once, and is obviously addicted to photographing them as well, as you’ll see if you click through to the original post! See more images at Six new Moleskines : Getting Things Done.
I really enjoyed this two-part tour through Inkyjournal’s various Moleskines, used for a variety of work and personal things. Lots of photos! Read more at Inkyjournal – reviews of fountain pens, notebooks, moleskine and ink: how I use moleskine.
Do you have a “system” for using a notebook? A lot of people talk about using notebooks for GTD– the method of organizing tasks promoted by David Allen’s best-selling productivity book Getting Things Done. I’ve had a few different methods of tracking tasks in notebooks and on a computer and PDA, but here’s my current […]