Totally agree with you there. I actually don't see a real issue with using OmniFocus itself. I understand the program and everything it can do and I have no issue with actually using it. It's more an issue of organizing my projects and contexts in a matter that is useful and beneficial to the process. The issue is still relevant regardless of which software I decide to use or not use. That being said, since several people have suggested it, I might take a crack at sorting things into a pen and paper format if for nothing else than seeing if it makes things a little clearer.
Originally Posted by TesTeq
As a side note, I'm feeling that the initial removal of my subfolders has been a beneficial step to making things a little more "flat" and simpler, also suggested by pretty much everyone here. There are still a few tricky areas to organize given some overlaps (mainly personal projects such as hobbies, enrichment projects like continuing education, and career projects like game design) but I think I'm on the right track here. Less is more.
Feel free to post any additional feedback or tips you might have. It's all helpful. I'll be sure to update you on my progress as well. Thanks again!
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