Deceptively Simple.

Given that Sooner or Later is so simple to use, it’s easy to assume that it isn’t a serious productivity tool.

And that’s ok.

You’re more than welcome to use Sooner or Later casually to remember a few things here and there as it suits your lifestyle.

Maybe you already have a good system for remembering the things you want to do in life, and you’re just looking to complement it with a simple and efficient mobile app that works well while you’re on the go.

If so, you’ll find Sooner or Later to be streamlined and efficient, with a minimalist design that isn’t cluttered with confusing and ineffective features.

However, if you’re like me, you may be looking to get even more out of Sooner or Later.

You may be looking for the peace of mind that comes from feeling in control and “on top of” the things you have to do in life.

You may be looking for some relief from the stress of constantly forgetting and trying to remember the multitude of things you need to do each day.

If you’re like me, you’ve tried many other task management systems with lists of tasks, due dates, reminders, categories, filters, views, tags, etc., which at best work for a short time and then quickly become overwhelming, causing even more stress than before.

If you’re like me, you’ve given up on these systems in frustration and you just “make do” with whatever you can remember in your head, thinking there must be a better way.

If any of this resonates with you, then Sooner or Later may be what you’ve been looking for.

I’m amazed at how much better I feel, being more in control of my life as I make informed decisions about how I spend my time, rather than just “rolling with the punches” as I randomly remember things I need to do, the things I should have done, or the things I need to try really hard to not forget to do later.

Over the course of this blog, I’ll share some of the principles I used to design Sooner or Later, and how I’m using it to improve my daily life.

This is a work in progress. I’m continually making small adjustments and improvements that I’ll share with you as I learn along the way.

I hope that you find this journey as useful, and, quite frankly, life-changing as I have.

-David

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