I write one in the evening and then I specify it and break the tasks down in the morning or whenever I need during the day. It would be difficult to know what exactly I want to do when and how to start which tasks all in the evening, but I do need a general outline of the day so I know what I can spend more time on and do more preparation for and what to directly start. This is just the way it works for me right now, I don't really hold on on a method since I sometimes have just so little tasks that breaking them down is not really needed and sometimes it's so much that I don't even know in the evening what I all need to have done, so it definitely varies, depending on my life situation.
I usually write it at night and then tweak it in the morning. Some things may change and I find that going with the flow saves me a lot of anxiety
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- How do you keep on track when having “a bad day or week “?
- How do you write your to do list?
- How do you decide what to put on your to do list? Should I drop off the smaller tasks and leave it for only the larger, more time consuming ones?
- How do you avoid from having the habit of pushing stuff for the next day?
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- How do you choose how to group and order your tasks so they’re not as overwhelming?
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