usuall I write on the sticky note and put at a place where I can easily see it. Always go back to the list and tick off once you've done that one activity so that you will keep updated things you should do next.
- Do you prefer sticking to using one method with tracking your to-do list or do you combine using an app with pen and paper?
- How detailed are you in writing your morning to-do list? Sometimes I get paralyzed by not knowing how big or small I should go.
- How often do you review your plans? Fab says to do it every night, but I have a lot of different projects in my plans! I do review those related to the day-to-day, in that I check I’m on top of work, but reviewing all my plans would take a while, and a lot of them are already built into my daily rituals, so just by completing them I’m on track.
- What’s a good daily, weekly and monthly organization system that works best for you?
- Does writing your to do list provide you a positive or mental framing of the day, i.e. is it overwhelming or reassuring of your tasks and your ability to complete them?
When I first started making to do lists I made sure everything on it was attainable, nessisary, and in line with my goals. Keep your to-do list with you. It's always by my side so when I get distracted from my task I check with my to-do list to get back on track. This doesn't mean you have to be a slave to it, just make sure you're being productive and getting what needs to be done. You may also have other bad habits that are making you forget the tasks you want to get done, such as social media or video games, and to overcome that you can do one of three things: Increase self discipline, limit or set a specific time for them, or delete them entirely (which was all that seemed to work on my case).
I make sure to never put my notebook away. I leave it open on my desk where I can see it every morning. That way I see it immediately and remember to do it. That’s just how I do it though. You could put it right next to the water on a night stand as well. Drink the water and write the to do list right when you wake up. I hope that helps a little.
The 3 steps are quite easy to remember. And if I don’t succeed in performing them one day, I just move it to meh next. I use a physical book to write down my lists.
I use the Reminder App on my phone and have an alarm set for a specific time each day. I set this reminder alarm the night before while setting my wake up alarm, so I don't forget.
I have a regular calendar item to review and schedule to dos every Sunday. It’s my planning for the next week.
Using that time I check off what I have done, organise todos that are yet to be categorized and schedule time over the next week for specific focus areas.
It’s best to work my planner as part of my AM routine – after Meds and cup of water on rising but but before Exercise routine. Also check all open collections. TBD is the best time for journaling: AM / start of day or PM/end of day
A reminder alarm is a good first step. Also continually revisiting the list to make it more interesting and applicable to what you want to achieve with the time and energy you have will increase your familiarity with the list and ensure that it becomes part of your subconscious. Once it’s in your subconscious, it’s part of you…
- How i can do not runaway from my tasks and scary thing that i have to do??
- How can I record my accomplishment for these to do list?
- How do you not get overwhelmed by your todo list?
- Do you write your todo list at night for the next day or in the morning?
- How do you write to do lists every day and do those things
- How do you write a you’re to. Do list
- How does one prevent burn out from writing a todo list everyday? I always start out strong then dwindle to weekly lists then will just forget.
- How do you stay consistent with your to do list to make sure you’re progressing forward and achieving your goals daily?
- What do you do with a task if you weren’t able to get to it? Transfer it to the next day?
- My to do list is always quite empty. What can I do about it?