Yes 24 hours a day. GTD is a godsend to me, w/o it I couldn't manage half of what I do now. For example: I love to knit spin and weave. Before GTD I'd start 3-4 knitting projects, have one weaving project on each loom and another 3-4 in the planning stages and maybe have 2-3 bags of roving by my spinning wheel. When I made some time to work on those hobbies I was fragmented. Now with GTD I can safely stash all the projects and ideas I want to do in my Someday/Maybe list. I try to only work on one in each craft at a time. If I get a wonderful idea for another or for something I am not actively working on I can easily add it to my project support materials for that project even if it is in someday/maybe. So I tend to do 2-3 knitting projects a year but serially. I rarely knit in summer just like I rarely do much with scrapbooks in summer but I rarely do shooting sports in winter. Weaving I can have as many going as I have looms (3) but I found that I did better if I do one on one of my looms and one in the planning stages. Spinning is now one batch of roving at a time, never more than one going at once. We have a set time for shooting sports practice and I now try to spend the last half hour before bed reading something from my ever increasing reading list. So ti all works out that all the things I consider important are moving forward at a steady pace.
Originally Posted by Tom.9
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