I separate my list into different types of tasks (to clean, to fix, to cook, to write, to read) and then rewrite out my 3-5 most pressing items. I then try to make a rough timeline of these tasks.
I write down everything that needs to be done in the day. I then write on a separate list, the things that need to be done outside my house, like appointments, errands, school runs, etc. I put them in order, first by any relevant time, then by location, to minimize running around all over the place. At this point I go back to what was left on the first list and delegate if needed and possible. If I have time before leaving my house, I will do some or all of the items on my to-do list, making sure time sensitive or important things get done first. Otherwise, my to-do list will be completed once I’m done all my appointments and errands. It’s important to know that not every to-do list gets completed. Some things get pushed till the next day or even longer in some cases.
- do you often empty your to do list?
- I’m a freak when it comes to organizing and etc. but since I started my own company. I always seem to have so many things to get done which was expected but a to do list becomes so overwhelming when I have a ridiculous amount of things to get done. Does anyone else have the same issue?
- Do you ever find that you’ve put more on your to-do than you can handle? What do you do when that happens?
- What’s a main reoccurring thing on your to do list?
- Do you prefer handwritten to do lists or digital ones?
- Which one do you think is more effective? A written to do list or through an apps to do list?
- How do you get started on a task when you’re not motivated?
- Yeah what do you think would be my best option to writing a to do list easiest to hardest longest to shortest how do you do yours and how does it help you
- Do you give your to-dos a time frame or exact time to do them at? Or do you allow yourself more flexibility?
- How can I write the more efficient to-do list?