Fellow Macs! So I implement the GTD system for almost 2 months now and no matter how sick you may be of hearing about GTD over the past few years, I'm glad to personally no longer be wasting away in front of the TV or laptop all day. I won't get into the GTD method for those who don't know what it is...just make sure to google GTD David Allen. (But I'm sure most of you already know what it is) I used the aspects mentioned in the book, from the weekly reviews, in baskets, read/review folders, tickler files, etc. Purpose of this thread is... 1. To spread any GTD tips that can be utilized among fellow Mac OS X users. 2. To answer my question, this one, right now: A. For my weekly review I first started out hand writing out all my projects, next actions, etc. etc. It was too much writing, taking almost 3 hours once each week. So I switched to typing it all out using Pages 09. Works great and I print out what I saved and start cranking out and completing my tasks... only problem is, i know there have to be simpler methods. My current problem is that once I have an 8page paper with all my listed projects with their respective next actions, I sit down to write in index cards my next actions in their appropriate contexts (i.e. @home, @school, @computer, etc.) but this becomes a bit of an inconvience to have to keep going back to my index cards to write the next action to inch any project along forward. So what i'm wondering is, since I already do my weekly reviews and organize my upcoming week using Pages, why not utilize some sort of GTD app that will keep organizing my next actions in corresponding contexts? Obviously i'll need to print this out and prefer it that way seeing as how if I still had an iPod Touch i'd use a GTD iphone app but worries. Pen & paper work great for me. But enough about me, I'm interested in hearing how you implement GTD.