I have an obsession with getting organized. Not that I'm so organized in real life but I try. Even with a to-do list on my PC sometimes I just have to use a pen and paper. It's so easy and yet too easy to be very useful. Without a more flexible system it's not easy to move items on the list or set priorities. Spending a lot of time with an eraser is not fun.
All of the to-do lists I've seen are too complicated for me to take the time to learn. Here are two that I like and how I combined them into one to-do list.
These are free.
"-- Fastest to-do entry -- Simple interface - just to-do and just today and tomorrow -- Easily check off tasks as completed or delete them altogether "
This To Do list has no priorities and is very limited. Being limited makes it easy to use but not practical.
Here's the link:
Here's a good description:
By Kumar Gauraw
By adding a "Today / Tomorrow" category it has the features of the "Do-It-Tomorrow" list. When ready I just move the task from its category and put it in the "Today / Tomorrow" section.
Here's a view of part of my version:
I put in "A" and "B" category to help set priorities.
You can add as many categories as you need.
The "Someday" category is for what I want to do but not right away.
The "Maybe" category is for what I don't even know if I want to do or not.
So far I'm happy with it.
I found a clock for the very disorganized person who doesn't even know what day of the week it is!