so,so, so, so hard…
- The Robots.
If there is a way to use 43things for my GTD project.
I’ve moved my lists to EXEL – with each list on a different Tab.
This allows for multiple lists managed in parallel, with easy access.
Haven’t figured out how to manage the progects efficiently. Point that still needs concentrated work.
Also, need to find better balance between fiddling with the lists and actually doing whats on them.
Got marked done by mistake.
Can’t undo so I rewrote.
We still don’t go out much but we do have breakfast once a week just the 2 of us after sending the kids out.
Got lots of reading going.
And some good references.
Maybe this time.
Thoughts of ‘what next’. Scary – but can’t stay forever and better before the stuck feeling sets in.
I set up a parking system that (mostly) works. Set of trays for different types of to do (inbox, write, review, meeting material). Keeps the desk pretty clear and the stuff pretty much on hand.
Short term victories inevitably followed by deep regression. $#!+.
Moved to an xl based list system. The main feature I like is having several lists in one place and with tabs to jump between lists.
I use a color code for the most urgent. Against the rules – I know – but I am making food progress.
Still feel a need for some outside help to move up. Maybe go for gtd distance coaching? But it’s rather pricey…
Not really happening.
reorganized my goals by some form of categories.
now I can at least review what I’ve got.
took a day trip with the family.
I signed up for a jeep “flood-hunt” this weekend!!
If the wheather is right and the hunt goes well – I may acomplish a longtime dream!!
... will update!
Two and a half years after I became a weekday vegan and cut the junk (no soft drinks of any kind, no coffee, only herbal tea, no chocolate);
Two years after I cut way back on vegtable oil and any other saturated fat;
Four months after I eliminated weekday gluten – and setlle for 4 slices of whole-wheat bread each weekend;