I’m a huge fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done method. I always do a weekly review of all the tasks I have to get done.
Up until recently I have always used the incomplete trigger list in the book however many of the triggers were not relevant to my life.
What I did instead was create a list of my own, taking all the points which were relevant.
I typed it up, printed it out and put It into my a5 planner so I always have it on hand.
I am also working on a trigger list for my blog planner as well.
Keep an eye out for my Blog Planner Trigger list:)
Thanks for reading.
The Stationery Geekette x
Published by Emma-Louise
Hey, I'm Emma and yes as you've probably guessed I am a complete and utter Stationery addict and Bookworm.
I have had a love for Stationery since I was young and it's something I've never grown out of. I find it helps me be productive, plan out my dreams and goals and gives me a creative arena.
I love books because they allow me to escape into a world different to my own, to feel invested in the lives of characters you think you know. To feel their hurt, pain and laughter.
I have 3 beautiful children ranging from 12 to 2 and a partner who makes me very happy.
I see my blog as an extension of me, it's not perfect but it is my spirit and essence.
I hope you enjoy reading the content I write about:)
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