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.
My to-do list is a mess. Its generic, unambitious, unspecific, and full of items that I either no longer do or ones that micromanage my life. My new #1 to do: fix this damn list. Continue reading The Current State of my To-Do List
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
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.