I know writing my to-do list helps reduce my worries and anxiety, prioritize better, and keep track of what has been – or still needs to be – done. I bet it can do the same for you. Is it NECESSARY to write it, maybe not if you’re willing to dedicate a lot of brain space, but if that’s hard or if you have a lot of other things using space, I think writing it down is the way to go. Just a tip, BuJO is great for that.
- Do you prefer digital or physical lists?
- I am all positive doing my morning rituals. When it come to night healthy rituals my consistency is pretty low. What I could do to improve it?
- Do you usually achieve the goals that you write on your to-do list?
- What do you do when you just dont feel like it? Depression or procrastination or social anxiety can be powerful when it comes to our to-do lists
- I feel that writing the top three most important tasks is a great idea, so one doesn’t put too much on their plate. However, how are we to quantify these tasks? Is taking five minutes to pay a bill on my phone the same as cleaning dishes for fifteen minutes or exercising for 30 minutes or having dinner with family for two hours?? Also, what if I have one task I’m avoiding, because it’s a big deal. If I break it down into multiple, smaller tasks like most advise, how many of those can I do per day? What if it’s something I’ve never done before, so I have no idea how long it may take? I’m confused about this, as well. Maybe I need a distinction between different tasks. Maybe we could categorize tasks by length, effort, and importance?? Also, I find if I’m not sure what to prioritize, because so much seems important, I’ll go over the list with my spouse and he will help me make a decision or take some of the tasks off my hands. Sometimes, I can ask for help or delegate. Also, do I write a separate top three list for work? I feel like I need one for work and one for home or I won’t get much done at either place.
I mean if it’s not working for you then maybe you’re a type of person who doesn’t NEED it but writing it down engraves it in your brain and makes you want to do it just don’t have a list more than 4-5 tasks
I feel like that really depends on how much you enjoy and or learn from writing. If it's a habit that you love, it can really help associate good feelings with that for specific habit.
I definitely think it’s important to review your to do list every day. I have tried a combination of things, including handwriting my to do list in my paper journal and apps like “Things”. Right now I use a combination of an app for a complete list of all my to do’s and paper and pencil for my daily list of to do’s
I really think writing a to do list each day is helpful. I also find the midday reminder to refocus on my goals that Fabulous sends me is also helpful. Doesn’t mean I achieve all my goals. I work in a business where daily and hourly things change !
Absolutely yes. To Do lists not only make me more productive, but also less anxious since I don’t hace to worry about forgetting to do things.
Of course!Is it specially helps creative mind to channel energies and accomplish more meaningful and thought out actions
- Do you keep your work and your personal to-do lists separate?
- What are some small habits you are improving or working on? For example putting sandals on in the morning is one of mine. Another is drinking olive oil in the morning. What small ways have you come up with to improve your routines even just by 1%?
- How do you write it? Do you elaborate or just main points?
- How do you get strength and motivation to do even the hardest task?
- How do you keep yourself from adding in more and more new habits too quickly?
- How in depth do your To Do lists end up being?
- Does anyone use Bullet Journeling or another similar method? If so, do you find it helpful or better to keep things simple?
- Do you use the Bullet Journal method?
- Do you write your to dos for the day the morning of or the night before? Do you write each days to do at the beginning of the week?
- Do you feel fabulous?