No, but I just bought an old fashioned school calendar, and I find that it gives me better control over my tasks. When I write them down manually, I remember them better.
- Do you still write a to-do list when you’re on holiday?
- What do you do with an item that is a new task and stays on the to-do list longer than it should?
- What happens if you do not actually write it down, but just have 3 things in mind?
- What do you do when you can’t finish the tasks on your list before the end of the day?
- How do you track nested to-dos (like subtasks for bigger tasks)?
- Do you prioritize your to do list?
- How do you reinforce good habits?
- How I can make myself accomplish the items on my to-do list?
- Do you write everything even up to the little things?
- Who else has a different way of doing habits or to-do lists?
- How do you remember your to-do list during the day?
- How do you organize your to-do list?
- What’s a good daily, weekly and monthly organization system that works best for you?
- Some tasks just seem to stay on my list day after day until I complete them. Any advice how to tackle them faster?
- I feel I repeat my to do list daily the same type of jobs is this ok?