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"This is just for managing stuff at work" is a common thought when first coming across GTD. But the practices are just as applicable for everything else going on in your life, including hobbies and chores! Again inspired by a thread on the GTD Subreddit (link below), Morten and Lars cover how you might use GTD for both work around the house and your hobbies, including - Where they show up in a GTD system - How they become operational on your lists of projects and next actions - How getting them out of your head and into a trusted system can help a relationship ..and much more! Thanks to Reddit user JenTheDogLover, we hope it was OK that we borrowed your question for this episode. Links: - The question posed on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/gtd/comments/n9d3ou/am_i_missing_something_gtd_seems_very_geared_to/ - Follow our YouTube channels to watch these episodes here: - Mortens channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA0lTaAS6y_6ipgtLX1XLqA) - Lars' channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkLSfpBA_YrjFMFuDiy5G0Q) - Lars' "moss frame": https://www.instagram.com/p/COzfMTpprse/?igshid=qsquc3k2pmgx We really hope that this episode helps you on your GTD journey and, as always: If you have any feedback we'd love to hear from you via email@example.com, you can learn more about GTD in the Nordics at GTDnordic.com and find cool GTD gear at GTDshop.com.