Why a paper notebook is the best organizational tool

There are plenty of time-management applications on the market, but a good old-fashioned notebook still might be the best way to organize your daily activities, Travis Steffen writes. "[I]t's clunky, annoying, inconvenient and therefore difficult to ignore," he writes. Prioritize the items on your to-do list to be as efficient as possible, and be sure to write down everything that needs to get done -- even seemingly obvious activities such as eating meals, he advises.

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