PTPL 020: On Over-Automation, a New To-Do List Structure, and Journaling in Obsidian
Also: Tana — a revolutionary new productivity app to check out
Welcome to the 20th in a series of posts documenting my plain text, paper-less, Obsidian-flavoured journey — exploring productivity through a future-proof, plain text mindset, with a soft spot for the paper that counts.
Today I’ll be talking about —
The dangers of over-automating a productivity system
A new to-do list structure: Done, Waiting, Top 3, Soon (DWTS)
Tana — a new (revolutionary?) productivity app you might want to check out
Why journal (or anything else) in Obsidian, rather than DayOne
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