As a visual person I find it works well for me if I work in pencil or on a whiteboard.
That way I can reorganize, add, or remove items more easily.
When I started on Fabulous I had way too high of expectations for myself and failed at a lot. Even caused me more stress then I had before I started using the app. Was actually more productive before too. Then I slowed things down, way down. Life happens and yes structure is important, but so is being able to be flexible. My morning routine is now something I’m positive can always be done. Have no afternoon routine because I’m not at a place in my life were I can commit to that. My event routine I’m still trying to perfect and will get there even if it’s slow.
Now I’m doing better with the app and its helping me stay on track.
So with all that said…I start my list with the thing I least like or want to do and go from there. Most of all I make the list doable.
Then I prioritize in two layers….first is Alphabetically. A’s are the most important and must be completed today. Secondly, within the A’s, I prioritize by urgency or timing. Sometimes all of A corresponds to one big goal of the day that has several important steps. Sometimes they are not related at all but need to be completed and one item might have a deadline. I live on the West Coast now but a lot of my contacts are on the East Coast so I need to be aware of the time difference when looking at my list and schedule.
The B’s are tasks that would be great to happen today but are not as urgent. They could happen tomorrow. But numerically, B1 is ranked more importantly because maybe there’s a follow up step later in the week. Where as B2 is somewhat important, should happen at some point this week. These items if not completed that day will eventually become A’s as we get closer to deadlines and reevaluate goals and timelines.
The C’s are just things that need to get done, chores, filing, laundry, cleaning…etc. They are not vital to my goals but necessary if I’m going to continue living as a functioning adult.
- How to deal with multiple high priority tasks, and more firefighting tasks than quality time tasks?
- How do you make sure to get all your to do list done the day you write it?
- What happens if you can’t do my routines due to Illness? And where do i find the answers to these questions?
- Im currently on my vacation so when i will be going to school when will i write a to do list because we dont know what teacher is going to give us on that particular day ?
- How may I stick to my plans and to do list? as the action are being moved from one day to another
- How do you determine what to write and what to skip? I wrote 4 pages in my bullet journal today.
- What sort of things do you put on your list?
- What tips to you suggest to help more consistently and frequently committing to writing your to-do list?
- How do you juggle bigger tasks that aren’t immediately important?
- How many times a day should you check your to-do list?