Are you a fan of the GTD personal productivity system? Well if you like “Getting Things Done,” here’s GFD, Getting Finances Done, which shows you how to map David Allen’s same principals to managing your personal finance and achieving your financial goals.
Keeping track of what bills need to be paid when and how much can be a hassle. Here’s how you can use the long-time fave productivity and to-do list management tool “Remember The Milk” to simplify it.
I tried out Jott this weekend and it’s pretty sweet. It’s a free service that lets you call a number, record a message, and then underpaid workers in India and Africa transcribe your message and email it to you, or to others. [Jott]
If you’ve ever had to change your credit card number across a ton of different accounts, you know it’s a major hassle.
Using a pencil or a waterproof pen, you can actually write on it underwater. The pages are coated so they never get soggy. The book does get “damp” but it dries off after a while. Your writing stays legible. The book doesn’t dissolve.
There’s something about this little shophack that strikes us as very GTD. A Instructables user was sick of carrying several “bonus” cards that had scanable bar codes, so they scanned them into Photoshop, stuck them together, printed them out and made an all-in-one card. So very cool.