There is a nice post on Appstorm, called "Another App Won’t Solve Your Problems." It's mainly pitched to Mac users, but it contains valid advice for any user with a tendency for CRIMPING (an expression first used in the outlining forum, referring to the addiction of trying out new personal information management programs on a constant basis). See here for further enlightenment. "We’re apt to think that just another app will solve all of our problems." ... But we are "just collecting tools." Remember: "The important thing is the work, not the tools. You’d be far better off to do the things you need to do with the tools you’re already used to using — so, perhaps, design that flyer in Pages if it doesn’t have to be that professional, or code your next site in the text editor you already use without worrying if other editors are better. Perhaps you’d type faster with TextExpander, but worry about that another day. For now, do the work."
Repeat after me: "I will stop collecting tools in 2014 and concentrate on doing the work!" Or rather: "I will concentrate on doing the work and collect tools only after hours!"