GTD *IS* a Recurring Task!
I use OneNote (Digital version of a loose leaf binder) and have added a "Forms" section to my "Reference" tab. I currently have two forms, 1) Workday 2)Weekend. At the end of each day I copy/past the appropriate form into the front of my notebook in a "Daily" tab.
Now here's the part that really works for me (dabbled in GTD for years but just now fully committed to the process)...
The form has the 5 steps to GTD in outline format; 1) Collect 2) Process 3) Organize 4) Review and 5) Do
My collect section has all my "Inputs". Physical In-Box, Voice-mail and multiple email boxes.
Process and Organize simply has a few notes from the GTD website about that phase of the process
Review points me to each "next action" list in prioritized order depending on if it's a workday or not.. on a workday that list would be @phone (my commute in) @office @computer @Anywhere @errands (my commute home) @home
This list is duplicated in my final "Do" section with an addition of a "Scheduled Tasks" area which is pre-populated with the times I take various medications and filled in with any appointments for the day from my previous day's calendar review.
Every item has a check-box that I can tick as I go. The beauty of OneNote is I can easily check off items from either PC or smartphone and in the event I know I'll be digitally offline I can easily print hard-copy versions of my needed lists.
BTW this is my first week as a paying GTD>Connect member and I've easily recovered the subscription cost in the form of increased productivity. You guys are awesome. I only wish I made the commitment sooner! - Pf