I've been using written lists in a notebook I carry around with me, but it's still the same principle. Try it out!
For those who are into this sort of thing, the bullet journal is a neat method and one of my friends swears by it:
(I tried to keep up with this, but it required more organizational tenacity than I'm capable of. From an archival standpoint though, pretty cool)
I approach things in the same way. And I'd highly recommend checking out Workflowy if you haven't already.
I've been using it ever since I read this article about it:
I've been trying this for a while now, but :
- writing this down on post it is fine when you don't have much, but everything on post-it gets messy, and I get use to seeing just a bunch of post-it without even reading them.
- writing this down in a notebook is fine, and I get the 'commitment' part of it. But the notebook gets messy fast, with random notes, todos, etc, that I don't even want to open it anymore.
So now I'm trying a little thing call Notion, and so far I love it.
I write every thoughts I have => organize (for me thats key). I have my todos, projects, random notes, poems, notes to my futur self, everything. Its always open.
Anyway, thats my view on it, probably not the best so I wonder how you all do it? :)
Yeah, hope to see more of these trickle in!
This was one of his tips & tricks at Blend! Glad it's online now.
Btw, so much effort for a tip – hats off!