I didn't know I had a problem with the way I tracked my daily tasks, until I found [Patrick Rhone's "Dash/Plus" system](http://patrickrhone.com/2013/04/22/the-dash-plus-system/).

I no longer feel (as) scatterbrained because information on each task presented in a neat and easy to scan way. The system helps remind me to actually write things down, such as details related to a task. I no longer try  keeping them all straight in my head.

His idea is simple, easy to implement, and helpful in keeping tasks and ideas in order.

[Head on over to his site](http://patrickrhone.com/2013/04/22/the-dash-plus-system/) to check out all the details.

Patrick [recently shared](http://patrickrhone.com/2014/03/28/extending-dashplus/) a helpful addition:

+ a lightbulb for ideas ([Thomas Burris](https://twitter.com/jthomasb/status/463682510057009154/photo/1) altered to a ¤č)

+ .* for diaries or thoughts.

Read Next: [Part 2 - How I Implemented Dash/Plus](http://flyinthecoop.com/my-simple-task-workflow/)