I like to-do lists. I keep personal tasks in Google Tasks. At work, I use Trello, with all its advanced features. Both task lists are heavily automated. Most of my to-dos are recurring tasks, e.g. taking vitamin supplements. But there are big, one-time projects in there as well, such as a trip around the Balkans.
Data gathering felt effortless this week. I was doing what I’m usually doing. My to-do apps keep all the records.
This time I was drawing my postcard on a Thursday, instead of on a Sunday as I usually do. I wanted to finish drawing before I went out on a planned vacation. I wanted to show how my personal tasks are separate from my work ones. This must be the most minimal postcard so far. My mind was focused on vacation already 🙂.
I really enjoyed the topic of task management. Personal productivity is something that I’m interested in. I’ve spent hours upon hours on testing various to-do apps and building my own productivity stack. Keeping a list of tasks and reminders makes my life much easier.
This was yet another week without a paper notebook. Everything was kept in a digital form — either in logs from my to-do app or screenshots. I keep my personal tasks in Things, so the easiest way to keep track of the data points was to take a screenshot at the end of the day.
My postcard this week was something mid-way between Stefanie’s design from the same week and a bullet journal approach.
It was quite surprising for me to find that I have such a high number of tasks scheduled for Mondays (ok, this part is not that surprising) and Sundays (but this one is!) — while the middle of the week is less task-heavy.