A couple of days ago, Time Management Ninja had some excellent tweets (which you may have seen me re-tweet) on a subject that I'm always looking for help with: To Dos. I know I'm not alone in my battle to better manage my task lists!
In case you didn't see the articles, they are:
Time Management Ninja: The Secret of Today Versus To Do
Time Management Ninja: 10 Things Wrong With Your To Do List
99%: If It Won't Fit On a Post-It, It Won't Fit In Your Day
And here's another article I liked too:
Time Management Ninja: The Secret of Capturing Ideas
I'm trying out a new method for keeping track of to-dos and notes. Despite the wonderful list boxes on my Trinote, sometimes they are not big enough to list all of my tasks for the week. Sometimes I need different categories, or just more space in general.
Last week I added an Extra Large Moleskine Cahier (blank pages) to capture lists and notes. I just happened to have a 3-pack lying around, and I happily discovered that the Extra Large Moleskine is exactly the same size as my Trinote (Sis, make note!) so the two are a perfect match.
I'm still in the early days of this planner + notebook system, and I'm wondering if the notebook will become a confusing jumble of lists and random notes as the pages progress.
How do you keep track of your tasks? Do you write them in a separate notebook, or within your planner?