First, I've only got my system up and running at home. When I tried to implement it before, I tried at home and at work at the same time and it was too overwhelming. My work stuff is not involved for now, so it's home-type things I'm dealing with primarily.
I'm refining my system. I'm still committed to keeping things (mostly) on paper because it seems to be working better for me, overall. But here's my current dilemma...
When I switched to paper, I had everything in a 8.5x11 binder. I found that I didn't want to carry it around, but I liked the large size for spread-out-ness and for the easy ability to make forms for my needs, buy standard dividers and such.
I compromised and kept project level and higher in the binder, but moved my NA lists to a little, old Franklin Covey pocket sized binder. I made tiny little NA/context lists. I couldn't find the hole punch for that size, if I ever had one, so I punched the six holes individually (a pain). Also a pain to cut up, but it was a good size because the binder fit in my purse. I kept a few coupons in the pocket of it, etc.
I'm finding that it's too cramped. I'm going back to putting my NA/context lists on 8.5x11 paper...for the most part. I'm putting the ones that are at home in there for sure. @Desk, @Outside, @Around the house, and @Waiting For. I've currently got @Calls, @Agendas and @Errands still in the little binder.
Is that weird to have it split up like that?
I'm also thinking of moving those into OmniFocus. Again, I was overwhelmed (twice) by trying to get everything EVERYTHING into OmniFocus and getting the recurring things to work 'just so' etc. And I JUST got a nice, shiny new Mac Book Pro, so it's really tempting to fire OF up on it. But I'm afraid I'll get lost in the mire of trying to get things 'just so' again. On the other hand, having those things on my iphone is something I miss...so maybe this is an opportune time to try that split.