Yes, I write down todo list even it is the same. But this seldom happens since my todo list is very specific and detailed.
- How long do you usually stretch?
- How do you make sure you accomplish things on your list?
- Why does my mind wander during mediation?
- What is the best to do list app?
- I do my usual stretching routine before working out, which is at 8 p.m. When I do it with my morning ritual at 6 a.m. I have a much smaller range of motion and am much more sore. Is there any way to counter this?
Honestly I just started to make a to do list I nvr had before in my entire life so this something new to me but I like it a lot so far! To answer your question no everyday I have somethings that I have to do every day but I added new things too 🥰
My To-do list covers M-F. Across the top horizontally are the repeatable tasks; daily(D), every other day (EotD), and weekly (W). Running vertically under this area are my Monday through Fridays with day specific tasks listed. This method makes it easy to use an arrow to move a task forward or backward and it allows me to see my task completion on a weekly basis.
I write in short phrases the longer it stays on my list, but yes, barring the ever single day tasks like hygiene and personal maintenance, work and home to-do's stay on the list until they're complete or I decide they're not that important anymore. Someone told me it motivates them to work on the things, even if just so that they dont have to write them down anymore! And even though I may mot get to it in the day if it is not one of my three most important things, I still need the thing to stay on my radar.
I try to re-write them at least every 2-3 days, just to keep them fresh. Maybe re-organize them or prioritize the tasks in a different way.
Yes I do. Because if I don't then if even 1 thing changes; an appointment, a phone call, a project, … then I might miss it if I don't write things down.
- How do you find the motivation to get it done?
- How many To Do Lists to people typically write on a daily or weekly basis?
- How do you not get overwhelmed by your to-do list?
- Do you add to your to do list throughout the day or write one in the morning and stick completely to it?
- What kind of tasks do you put on your to-do list on an average day?
- How do you make sure you execute your To Do list?
- Do you set aside time on Sundays to plan out the whole week or do you plan one day at a time? Why does that work for you?
- How can I force myself to do some exercises in the morning even when I’m actually going to fall asleep back?
- Do you prefer digital or physical lists?
- How do you move forward when the past grabs you and wants to return you to your old ways or stop growing because you don’t believe in yourself just yet?