I know that sounds facetious. It is, somewhat, but in a way, it’s not.
I used to have to do lists that went on forever. I would put all the things I wanted done. And they totally depressed me.
I don’t now. I do the top three things I want to do that day (and only put it down in the morning). Then I will add little things that can fit quickly between the main three to dos. Like laundry, which takes very little time to start and doesn’t take my presence much after that.
The 3 big tasks are what I aim for. The little things… if I do, yay! If not? No harm, no foul.
Yes, I write down things to do sometime so I don’t forget them, but that’s a holding list, not what I consider my to do list.
Works for me. And doesn’t depress me or make me angry.
- What to-do apps do Fabulous users use? I heard Trello is good. Anything else?
- How many tasks per day should I write?
- At what time of day do you tend to perform the Write My To Do habit?
- What is the best way to prioritize a to-do list?
- How do you assign priorities on your to-do list, and do you make to-do list for entire day or you make smaller list for morning, afternoon and evening?
- 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?