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The main thing is to not fall into the "productivity porn" trap of trying to find the best tool instead of actually getting stuff done - when something simple is more than enough.

Keep a simple list of things to do as a backlog and maybe another list of "would like"s. I personally use SimpleNote and Notational Velocity for both.

I'm the same way. I use a txt file that I keep on my desktop. It does the job.


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