I've given up on electronic tools for organizing my life, and have been slowly migrating to an all-paper-based system for keeping myself together. I love it so far--it's somehow psychologically better for me to have my organizational stuff separate from my computer stuff.
Here's my question: has anyone used any of the Levenger Circa agenda products? They look great, but are pretty pricey. I'd like to get a _nice_ agenda, simply because I'm a sucker for nice things, and Circa looks great, but before taking the plunge on a whole system from Levenger I'd like some feedback from people who are using it or have tried it. Alternatively, if anyone is currently using a paper agenda that they love, I'd like to hear about it too. Here's the Levenger Circa agenda layout:
A little bit about my GTD system: right now I use index cards and coin envelopes to manage my projects, as seen here:
and I carry a Levenger Int'l Pocket Briefcase as my wallet, which is kind of like the DavidCo notetaker wallet. I write stuff on the index cards and toss them in the inbox; I also keep NA and context lists on the cards. On my desk I have a big index card file into which I can put cards with permanent info; and then I have a moleskine notebook that I keep persistent notes / journal entries / article ideas in. So basically my system is great, from an analog perspective, except that there's no agenda or calendar, which I'm trying to add.