...and I need help on choosing a good GTD app for my iPod touch.
I fell off the wagon a few weeks ago, choosing to ignore my lists and go with the "flow" simply because I wasn't too busy, which was very surprising. I had time to read more than five thousand words worth of books this past weeks, and so far I've spent all my time in the library (like the avid bookworm I am).
But in those weeks, I didn't know what to do. Sure, I kept track of my due assignments at school, but those were the only things I tracked. I didn't bother logging down when I had to return my library books because I could finish a one-inch book in three hours. I absorb information a whole lot more easily in words and visual diagrams and photos.
So, in summary, I lost track of my tasks, my projects and my life. I've been drifting between "I got to get back on track!" and "Eh, I'll do it tomorrow. It isn't due for two days anyway."
And before I try to get back on the wagon, I need your help to learn. I currently have OmniFocus on my iPod touch, but that was one factor why I easily got overwhelmed by how much I needed to type down and everything. Not a problem for my small fingers, but definitely something my mind needed some time to comprehend.
I need advice on other task managers. I'm eying Action Lists as it follows GTD the closest with minimal fuss after OmniFocus, but I really do need the advice.
(I'm not affiliated with any of the apps/task managers I've mentioned above in my post. They're just products that I'm going to definitely keep an eye on.)