It all started in 2015. Back then I used different types of online tools but during 2019 I got fed up. I got fed up with all the problems the online tools had.
It's very easy to get distracted with online tools.
Online tools are time consuming.
The online tools take away time from doing instead of helping me getting shit done.
It's not pen and paper.
I like blogging, but digital journaling doesn't even come close to journaling on paper. And it just feels so damn good to cross over a task when it's finished.
So I decided to create a framework for myself, which led me to make The Do List, and I've been using it daily ever since.