Back again with another problem needing help with.
So now I'm out of school and I just work fulltime and freelance. That triple threat (school, work freelance) of 7 years is finally over and now I'm looking for a new balance in life because I feel I have too much free time.
But anyway, on to the problem, after graduating from school, I feel as if I've stop giving any time to do my GTD stuff. I rarely review, and I throw something in my mobile inbox (inside a pocket moleskine I carry around) like once a week. Like I date each new item, so when I add something, the last item is from 4 days ago.
I really don't want to get started on my context lists. I have about 4 of them inside that same moleskine (computer, calls, errands, home,) and some random lists I use over and over (house items --to buy; grocery list).
Now I'm a webdesigner at both my fulltime job and freelance (9am to 5pm at work, 6pm to 11pm for freelance), so I'm trying to also use GTD for regular work, freelance, and then personal stuff too.
Another thing is that I've been using GTD for the past year. Do you think my system is too complicated or too simple? I think I work better with a paper based system because then I feel more accomplished finishing stuff than if I cross stuff out digitally, but lately, I haven't been on my stuff. So thats why I've been having hard times keeping up with contacting my freelance clients on a daily basis, keeping up with my budget (making 33k a year and still struggling to buy a $700 couch), and scaring off women (I used to get girls all the time when I was super busy, but now when I have nothing to do for 6 hours because of down freelance time, I seem to piss females off more...another topic, but kind of fits this situation...maybe if I find a solution, it will help this problem out...you know...keep me busy...females love to bug busy men...lol, because of lack of attention..a tip just for you dudes that don't get any play..lol)
Any help would be nice...thanks