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  1. Hi Sontervillain, Great post! Thank you for taking the time and for sharing your method. I really appreciate it. It's interesting, you've got it pretty much where I've been heading and now given me some great tips for the next iteration of organisation I can implement. It's also interesting that we have some similar interests and assets. Subaru, cooking, economy for starters! Thanks again. Best wishes
  2. I'm relatively new to Evernote and I love it. It is a major part of my future. I'm so excited by it that I've even managed to get my wife and son to love it too. Now, I'm looking for ideas for the optimal structure of my notebooks and notes, do you have any ideas or suggestions on this? I want to use Evernote for everything in my life. Broadly, this is divided into Work and Home. Fortuitously, this fits with my Mac calendar too! Then there's my Personal life which includes my personal interests over and above my Home life which includes domestic stuff and family. Add to the mix that I'm attempting to get more productive all around in my life and integrate the productivity bible Getting Things Done by David Allen, and I am beginning to get confused as to how my Notebook structure should look. Ideally it would be an elegant and intuitive structure - that's my vision for it, anyway! I've watched the way Paul Boag uses Evernote: and am reading Evernote: The unofficial guide to capturing everything and getting things done. 2nd Edition However, I'm a bit confused as to how best to structure my own Evernote. Does anyone have any ideas about how to structure the Notebooks, notes and tags etc? Perhaps you can share some of the ways you're using Evernote, in terms of the structure of your notebook hierarchies and tags, particularly if you are integrating your use of Evernote with David Allan's Getting Things Done methodology. Thanks!
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