I Am Back To Todoist

When I got a job I started using a to-do list. After much investigation which was watching heaps of review videos, I decided on Todoist. I cannot remember where I found it, but I managed to find a really good setup with labels and filters, based on David Allen’s Getting Things Done. With some modifications, I managed to set it for myself, and it really worked.

When COVID hit and everything shut down, to-do lists seemed pointless — so I let my subscription lapse.

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