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re: I've struggled with this and have tried so many apps that I gave up and went back to pen and paper using the bullet journal method. So far, so go...
 

My wife keeps a bullet journal. It works for her, but the setup is too much overhead for me. (Call it laziness or instant gratification.)

I find a basic steno notebook with daily bulleted lists does the trick for quick workday tasks, and a personal kanban board made with sticky notes handles the longer duration stuff.

 

That's basically what I do - I just applied the concepts of future log, monthly spreads and weekly spreads from bullet journaling.

I can't make it artsy (like a bunch you see under bullet journaling) coz I already don't have a lot of time and I'm lazy as well. 😁

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