Tag: getting things done

Engage | Choosing What to Do with Confidence | GTD for Stoners

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method, but for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay-at-home moms. They are doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you!   Hi friends! Here we are, the...

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Reflect | A Weekly Ritual for a Clearer Mind

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method, but for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay-at-home moms. They are doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you!   In our last post in this...

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Organize | Putting it Where it Belongs | GTD for Stoners

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method, but for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay-at-home moms. They are doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you!     I’m back productive stoners! So...

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Clarify | Decimate your To-do List while Getting High | GTD for Stoners

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method, but for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay-at-home moms. They are doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you! Welcome back productive stoners! In our previous...

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Capture | getting it out of your brain and into your system | GTD for Stoners

GTD for Stoners The Stoner Mom’s Crash Course in Life Management Created in 2001 by David Allen, Getting Things Done is a method of managing and maintaining all of your life’s commitments.  In this blog series, I am breaking down the Getting Things Done method for stoners. Because stoners can be productive. They are industry leaders and stay at home moms, doctors, teachers, grandmothers, combat veterans and so much more. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with your life’s responsibilities and don’t know where to start, then this is the series for you! Welcome back productive stoners! In our previous post...

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Getting Things Done for Stoners | a Crash Course in Life Management

  Getting Things Done vs Curlicues + Doo-dads The internet is bursting with women and their journals. Bullet journals, Filofax planners, Moleskin grids, and Leuchtturm notebooks. Fancy pens and 300 count marker sets. Browse through Pinterest and you’ll see hand drawn, two-page spreads by people who have clearly dedicated a weekend to creating them. While I do admire the talent behind pins like that, I also have a bit of skepticism about organizational tools that are so beautiful they make other people sick with envy.   What are you Measuring Success Against? Please, don’t say Pinterest. Or Blogs like...

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