I’ve wanted to implement David Allen’s Getting Things Done method since I read his book for the first time. This method is a life-changer. It helps to manage it all, everything in one place. I’ve already designed a dated digital planner based on the GTD method. But I also decided to create an undated version of this planner.
In this blog post, I’d like to show you the pros of the Getting Things Done undated planner. Moreover, I’d like to give you some tips on how to get organized with this extremely functional organization tool.
I must say that I’m totally in love with digital planners! It was love at first sight 🙂 If you’re not convinced undated planner is good for you and your needs, I’ve prepared a simple comparison to make this decision easier for you.
You can use undated planner multiple times and gain all the advantages it brings every single year without the need to buy a new one. Also, if you buy an udated planner later in the year, you won’t pay for pages you will never use.
You should choose an undated planner if you’re the person who prefers planning with monthly and weekly spreads. Dated planners consist mainly of dated daily schedules, so if you’re not a fan of daily planner templates, an undated version would be more suitable for your personal needs.
Also, if you can go weeks without updating a planner, an undated version will be a better choice by comparison with a dated one.
The Getting Things Done system is based on the TO-DO lists, not daily schedules. So the undated planner seems to be perfect for this method. If you’re a fan of David Allen’s approach to time management and productivity, you should definitely choose an undated version and don’t use the daily templates.
You can buy an undated GTD digital planner in my shop by clicking here. Now, let’s discover what’s inside this planner:
You have to prepare your planner before you start using it. Fill in the dates for the current year, month (or months), weeks, and/or days if you want.
The need to fill in the dates is the only difference between the undated and dated version of the Getting Things Done digital planner.
The GTD digital planner has a horizontal view and contains 1152 pages + 20 different cover pages. It has a lot of sections based on the Getting Things Done method invented by David Allen:
Both products are available in my shop:
I’d be happy if you could let me know what do you think about this planner? Did you enjoy using it? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below 🙂