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Everywhere you turn, there’s a list for your next chore, or idea.
My Facebook feed is cluttered with the age-old blogging tradition ‘Random things about me’, where friends list the most random and intimate things they have done or thought about. Facebook and Twitter and Blogs are full of ’10 Great Books to Read’, ‘6 Places to Live’, ‘9 Reasons You Need to..’ etc etc etc. Before social media, David Letterman made his bread and butter with his Top 10.
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This is a simplistic first attempt, and its mostly empty. It’s a work in progress.
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I’ve been giving a lot of thought about what to add next to my To-Do list. Its currently only got the 1 item on it: Work. It tells me to go to work and that’s all. True, I was going to go to work anyways. So perhaps it is best if I add something else that’s both basic and easy to fit into what I am currently doing. Something important and that I can improve. Ah yes. I need to sleep.
I have a nice blank to-do list.
What do I damn do with it?!
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As we’ve discussed, a To-do list is a great way to prioritize, organize and make a start into a better, more organized life. Its hard to get started, and harder to keep going, but with the right attitude and some easy steps, a to-do list can because the start of a better life. How can you know where you are going, if you don’t know were you are?
This is how to write a to-do list
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When I was in grade school, I started making lists. My list of things to do outline my day in no real importance, noting I had school, then after school practice, then homework, then perhaps some chores I needed/was required to get done.
I kept the habit up in university, and at the start and end of each day id go over my list with handwritten notes a put a number beside each item, to indicate priority. I even go to a point where I scheduled the list into my calendar to account for the hours.
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