First post here. I've read "GTD" and "Ready for Anything", and I have tried to apply their teachings to my life. But I have a question that's diverges a little from GTD, that I'm hoping someone here might be able to answer. Specifically, I'm wondering if there is any kind of an arrangement -- whether it's an app, a website or whatever -- that connects people who need to have someone else hold their feet to the fire, so to speak -- sort of like a "buddy system", but between people who otherwise don't know each other and can be on opposite sides of the world. The reason I ask is because I've been left with PTSD and major depression after the untimely death of my wife a couple of years ago, and I find that I no longer feel any motivation to do anything. I'll tell myself that "today I'm going to do X, Y and Z", and then I'll spend 8 hours surfing on-line instead, and end up hating myself for having let myself down once again. I'm concerned that if I don't get some structure and discipline back into my life, and replace the bad habits that have formed since she died with good ones, I'll just keep sliding into the abyss. So does anyone know of a group, website or app where people can connect and can help keep each other honest and on-track with their goals and responsibilities for a few minutes a day? These arrangements already exist for people with fitness goals (exercise buddies), who need someone to help push them to stick to their objectives. If there was someone out there whom I knew was going to hold me accountable if I didn't, say, clean up the living room by the end of the day, I think I'd be much more likely to actually stick to my plans. I think that if I managed to replace my current bad habits with good new ones, I wouldn't need oversight for very long; maybe a few months. And in exchange, I could do the same for another person who needs that sort of support. If such a thing *doesn't* already exist, here's how I'm thinking it might work: in the morning, before 8am, one would have to send a text, e-mail or IM listing what they plan to do today (wash the dishes, make the bed, work on a project, whatever). The other person would confirm that they got this list. By 6pm, the first person would have to follow-up with proof that they had done these things, via Skype, or sending photos. The second person would confirm that they got those. Any encouragement, advice, feedback, etc., would be welcome, but up to the other person. Does this make sense? Does such a group / site / app already exist?