Hello everyone, First, sorry for the language mistakes. I'm implementing GTD and I chose Outlook and OneNote as tools. I bought the specific guides for these tools. As I use Outlook at work, it seems that this tool fits me best. I started using OneNote just for Reference and Project Support material (and to brainstorm possible future projects actions). I had no problem implementing GTD to the professional stuff, but it got harder to me when I started the personal stuff. And the problem is - I dont want to input all my personal tasks into Outlook. I don't mind to input some particular personal tasks, but there are some of them that I don't feel confortable to input into Outlook (even with the "private" configuration). So I had two options: First, stop using Outlook for managing tasks. Second, use both tools for tasks (OneNote for Personal life and Outlook for Professional life). I know David Allen doesn't recommend this type of split/division between personal and professional, but it really fits to my day-to-day life. I discarded the first option. I can't handle professional tasks without Outlook (ex: create tasks from emails). So I'm trying the second option. I'll use OneNote for all personal stuff and for professional reference and support material. I could even send some non-private personal tasks to Outlook. And I'll use Outlook to manage all professional tasks. Some of them will born at OneNote (project brainstorm of future actions) while other will born and die at Outlook. I know it sounds messy, because I'll have some actions in both tools, while others actions in just one tool (ex: professional tasks from email just in Outlook). But my key principle is: I can trust that my system will gather ALL personal information at OneNote and ALL professional tasks at Outlook, even if I have some intersection between them. Please help me. I really don't know if I'm trying the right thing. Do you think it works ?