New isn’t better, and you’re not the exception 

The biggest problem with changing tools is that it feels like progress. You suddenly feel like you’re getting something done, but you’re not. You’re merely shuffling deck chairs, but it feels like you’re making progress.

Curtis talks about how switching tools can feel productive. I’ve indeed fallen into this trap (and am still falling).

Focus on the system and not the tools. Track your problems and only switch tools after evaluating and making an informed decision.