I recently bought yet another Moleskine Daily planner and most admit for the way I’m working right it’s a perfect fit. There is nothing like the tactile stimulation of pen and paper, also there seems to be something about the very act of writing that helps to burn stuff into my memory.
- Web Worker Daily shares the love on a bunch of paper based planners…"I love my Google Calendar, but I also like the physical experience of planning my days, weeks, and months using a paper calendar or planner. Here are three possibilities for when you want to manage your life with pen and paper instead of using an online calendar". read more
- Do it yourself Moleskine planner…"Last week I wrote in some depth about my interest in the analog task management system created by Bill Westerman, for use in his Miquelrius notebook. In that post, I pondered the idea of ditching my Clié N610C in favor of a Moleskine for my personal agenda and task management." read more
- mGTD baby! "Trying to integrate the GTD method into my Moleskine planner, I designed one year ago, a "GTD" A5-sized sheet which helped me on my daily efforts to apply the GTD procedure. The idea behind was, that if the Moleskine planner itself, is the "basket" where we collect the everyday "stuff", then the only thing we need is to have an easy reachable place for the lists of: Actions, Waiting for and Someday/Maybe entries." read more
- DIY planner has free templates ya’ll…"There have been many requests (appeals, begs, calls, demands, inquiries, petitions, prayers, et cetera, ad infinitum, ad nauseum) for pre-generated calendar templates. I will start stacking them up here." get em here
- Pimp your Moleskine…"I finally got my planner today, and at Office Depot I happened to find this beautiful cover for it from Franklin Covey. It already had a planner in it, but I’m not a fan of franklin covey’s planning material, just the design of their jackets.
The clasp just flaps closed and holds with an embedded magnet, which is awesome because my big pet peeve with planners like this one is always trying to find the tiny snap or magnet snap closure in a hurry." read more
- Yes you can even track your billable hours with it…In addition to using my Moleskine Daily Planner as the analogue two-thirds of Azazil GTD, I also need to keep track of how I spend my time in order to bill my customers accurately. Here’s the easiest possible method of keeping track of billable hours in the very same Moleskine. Akin to Bill Westerman’s time ladder, I use the margin on the left of the hour numbers on each page of the Daily Planner to mark up where my day has gone. At the very bottom of each of those margins I write the daily totals for hours per customer. read more
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