Update.

Kayce is back in town.
This is a very good thing.
She has already fixed the error messages on various pages of my site, and she is now tackling the problem that is preventing me from posting photos. I’ve decided that I don’t really want to blog, if I can’t blog with photos, so I’ve just taken the week off.

I’ve used my time to relax (this is very important for me right now) and to implement this into my new office and routine.
So far, so good.

I’ll be back later this week.
And … I miss you too!


Comments

  1. Sometimes a break is a good thing. Enjoy it!

  2. I love the GTD system! I use it, and it keeps me right on track, which is good, because I’m in grad school, and I need to stay on track!

  3. I love GTD, too. April on the http://www.powerofmoms.com website created an adapted version for moms which I use… it’s really great (and legal- she has permission from the David Allen company. :-) )

    http://www.powerofmoms.com/categories/nurture-yourself/mind-organization-for-moms-mom.html

  4. Lynn Herrick says:

    I have implemented GTD into my family life as well. Can’t wait to hear what you do with it. It really can make a big difference and I know there are so many more ways I could utilize it with a full-time job and three kids.
    Lynn

  5. Candace B. says:

    I’m smiling for you…

  6. YAY! an update! you made my day! :) Hope all is going well.

  7. Peggy Leland says:

    I’d love to know how you are using it as well. I’d bought the book awhile ago, but haven’t followed in a while I’m thinking I will need to revisit it.

  8. Enjoy your break, Stacy. We all need that at times. Thanks for updating us too.
    blessings,
    Toni

  9. Hi Stacy! I was lucky to be introduced to GTD two years ago through work. Been implementing it into my work, home, well my overall life. Love it. Recently I stumbled on to Nirvana. The GTD software in cloud computing. I can dump my thoughts in the inbox, set up projects and then break them down into next steps. You can also break them out into areas for work, home, errands, calls, etc. There is also a waiting for list, sometime list, and next list which can all be accessed from anywhere through my laptop, work computer, and evo. You might want to check it out.

  10. Hi Stacy!
    Enjoy your break! Lord knows you need it busy super!! woman :) I know I’m not the only one but we are so excited to see your new office soon :) Have a great week! :)

  11. Enjoy your time away this week. You deserve it!

  12. Thanks for the quick note! I COMPLETELY missed hearing from you in my inbox and was hoping I didn’t get lost in your transition – yippeee! Hang in there. Now that Kayce’s back on duty, she’ll have you whizzing along in no time.

  13. Enjoy your break!

  14. Can’t wait to follow your GTD progress! Keep us posted on the positives and negatives. I’m still shivering on the banks with the system.

  15. You make us smile often. Therefore, I hope this break brings your life 1000 awesome smiles for all you do for others;)

  16. Bec_Kilgore says:

    Looking forward to seeing how you use GTD. I am an empty nester but I am sure I can pick up some tips. Been a David Allen fan for a long time but there is always something new to learn.

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