Getting Things Done, Planners

G.T.D for Studying Including Free Planner Checklist

Hey! Everyone who has read my blog knows I am a huge fan of David Allen's Getting Things Done. I have previously discussed this topic many times before. However now I am due to start studying again I thought it would be a great opportunity to see how GTD will work with my studies to… Continue reading G.T.D for Studying Including Free Planner Checklist

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G.T.D Actions In The Moment (Four-Criteria Model)

When you have numerous tasks to complete but cannot seem to decide which to move forward with David Allen suggests in his book Getting Thing's Done using what is referred to as the four-criteria model for choosing actions in the moment. David Allen describes these four criteria in the following way; "The first three describe… Continue reading G.T.D Actions In The Moment (Four-Criteria Model)

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G.T.D Project Planning (The Natural Planning Model)

I frequently use this next model when I plan any projects I have to do. David Allen describes this as the natural steps the mind goes through when we want to accomplish any task. I really feel it helps me focus and throughly understand why I am wanting to get this particular project done. 1)… Continue reading G.T.D Project Planning (The Natural Planning Model)

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G.T.D Reviewing Your Work (Six-Level Model)

I'm not sure about you but I always like to review over any work I do regularly to ensure that I've not made any errors or forgotten anything important. In his book Getting Thing's Done David Allen disucsses a model to use when you are reviewing any work. This model should help define what your work is… Continue reading G.T.D Reviewing Your Work (Six-Level Model)

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GTD Trigger List For My Blog Planner

The GTD incompletion trigger list is an absolute godsend for me as I frequently forget things when I have a toddler running amok however as I mentioned in my previous post GTD Trigger List For My A5 Planner the one in David Allen's book doesn't fit my life situation so I have adapted it into… Continue reading GTD Trigger List For My Blog Planner

Organisational, Planners, Productivity

Home Binder System: An Alternative to the 43 Folder Binder

Last week I watched a YouTube video by Miss TrenchCoat (aka Alexis from Strange and Charmed). It was all about¬† the 43 Folder Binder System. The video can be seen here. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TwR52uD39aw The basic concept is to have 43 folders in your binder, 12 are monthly and 31 are for each day of the month.… Continue reading Home Binder System: An Alternative to the 43 Folder Binder

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Project Planning The GTD Way

You may have heard me mention Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen in previous posts, this book is definitely worth a read. It has single handed improved the way I organise and manage my life. ¬†Some maybe put off as I was initially thinking this was just for businesses but the methods can be… Continue reading Project Planning The GTD Way

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The Leuchtturm 1917

This is my first ever Leuchtturm. My partner bought it for me for Christmas and its the Berry dotted version. I have to admit I'm a little weary when it comes to notebooks especially those that are quite high in price as they very rarely live up to the hype however this one is amazing!… Continue reading The Leuchtturm 1917