Tick them off as you go, or write in a separate note what you've done. I like a paper list so I can physically cross it off and see how much I've done.
- How do you keep track of multiple, ongoing tasks?
- Do you set deadlines on your to do list? When I see something is over due (for a self-imposed deadline) sometimes it makes me procrastinate even more.
- How many things is a reasonable amount to put on your to do list and do I include things I naturally do everyday anyway?
- Love to do lists, love writing them, checking things off. It’s the actual doing that I stumble with. Any suggestions on motivation for follow through?
- How can I record my accomplishment for these to do list?
I use apps in tandem with Fabulous. I use Things which is an amazing and simple to-do list app. I also write in a journal every day. I use grid diary for that. I’ve found these two apps are the best way to record your journey.
If you would like to record your to-do lists, I would suggest keeping track on a calendar. Put a slash on the days that you complete all of your routines, or give yourself one slash per routine completed.
Well that’s a great question! Here’s a way that might have a chance of helping and has a pretty low risk of hurting you. At the end of the day, leave a journal beside you bed and take a minute once you have climbed in bed to rate the day in a scale and then rate how well you accomplished the tasks you set for yourself that day. Take a moment to reflect on the areas of your life that you are avoiding and that are crying out for you to pay attention to them in the form of felt anxiety.
I put up my weekly goals on a white out board. Then draw arrows and writ the smaller tasks. I put a line through the small tasks and when I finish a big task I line it out. At the end of the week week there I always something left to be done, but when i see that in the face of how much I got done, I feel proud
Dont cross things out, write check Mark's next to the tasks you've completed. That way, you can see everything youve done.
I can record accomplishments by journaling. I could also have charts for weight loss or the number of bad mental days versus the good ones.
There is a habit you can add that I check off once complete, and I got a notebook like they suggested to keep track of my to do's for the day.
J can record my accomplisments for these to do list writing a personal diary where i can tell my feelings, difficulties and accoumplishment
- What happens when you don’t have anything to do?
- Share your to do list templates/techniques
- How can I effectively stick to my to do list?
- What do you do when you don’t complete everything on your to do list? How do you not feel defeated?
- What to do items can you make into routines or habits instead?
- How do you balance making your to do list both feasible and inspiring? (If my to do list is only things I know I can get done in a day it is too simple and makes me not feel like I will achieve the things I want to
- I’m interested to know how many todo lists others have
- How far should I scale back my expectations when I fail? What if I fail every time for the rest of my life?
- How many items do you write in your To-do?
- How do you make time for yourself with 5 kids and a husband who works 12-14 hours a day?