contexts: meetings

August 24, 2009

This is part of an ongoing series on Contexts where I explore some of the unique contexts I’ve been working with in my GTD system. I’ve added a new context to OmniFocus. This one seems kind of obvious, but it’s not one I’ve thought to use before. In fact, some of you GTD’ers might already […]

contexts: waiting

March 2, 2009

This is part of a series on Contexts where I explore some of the unique contexts I’ve been working with in my GTD system. Thinking I would spice up this post with an image, I did an image search on the word waiting. Not the most exciting search I’ve ever done — images of sterile […]

contexts: writing

February 9, 2009

“It’s not the writing part that’s hard. What’s hard is sitting down to write.” – Steven Pressfield in The War of Art Sometimes ideas are pressing on my finger tips, demanding that I allow them to burst out into written words. Usually not. Most of the time, ideas form inside, where I guard them until […]

contexts: weekly review

January 29, 2009

This is part of a series on Contexts where I explore some of the unique contexts I’ve been working with in my GTD system. While David Allen’s Getting Things Done has shaped a lot of my workflow, my efforts at implementing a weekly review have been half-hearted. For more than a year, I’ve scheduled an […]

thinking about contexts

January 23, 2009

As often happens with the new year, I find I have a renewed willingness to rethink everything. This ranges from the larger looming questions of life goals and purpose, all the way down the practical minutiae of how I structure my days and workflow. In particular, I’ve been revisiting the contexts that I use in […]

contexts: tinkering

February 6, 2008

This is part of a series on Contexts where I explore some of the unique contexts I’ve been working with in my GTD system. David Allen’s