I'm becoming more and more addicted to Evernote. It's my go to tool for a lot of things right now. I use it to track receipts, track ID cards, and my favorite thing of all: The check list.
I was brainstorming on my white board this morning - and I suddenly noticed that Evernote was becoming my solution for everything. Weekly check lists, daily reviews, monthly reviews, etc.
I thought of the hammer story... when you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
Evernote is great, but there are some limitations. Right now the biggest limitation is this: I'm still learning what the tool can and cannot do.
(If you're in that spot - trying to learn a new tool - go to the Kindle book store. In the case of Evernote I found 3 free > 4 star books on the subject. Each one taught me something new).
In this case I decided to not force the issue, and let evolution take me where I need to be on Evernote. As I learn more I will figure out the balance on what I can and cannot most effectively do with the tool.