Keep it simple and filled with things of higher importance. This way you’ll be focused and mindful and not overwhelmed my number of tasks.
You can keep your list of “everything” at the separate place as a reference and a reminder that you’ll refer to when creating your day plan.
- What do you do about tasks you don’t have to complete every day? Like face masks or meditation, I have goals to do them 3 times a week. How do you track tasks like this?
- 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 do you keep an exercise routine when your days can be very different from one another (travelling for work for example, or friends or family events)?
- How do you shop for groceries?
- How do you deal with the pressure of a never-ending to-do list?
I tend to be very task oriented so for me being able to look at a fully marked off to do list at the end of the day is incredibly gratifying
I think about handling a streak. And if I don’t have one I tell myself let’s make some progress. Getting things done is important. It separates two types of people and I’d like to see myself with the people who are on the top. Take your dream and picture it. Or a fantasy you have think about. How each action heads to it one way or another. Even though it might not feel that way it does. And if you want to picture it clearer and stronger write about it. I plan writing about the first day of school until it starts. One of my goals is to become my best self. In this “vision” I see myself far from where I am now. I picture my first day of school as a checkpoint in my improvement and I’m working towards it. Build and stack success you won’t see progress right away but keep pushing and striving and try staying consistent it’s a major key in completing your routine I hope this had helped
I have a little pocket notebook that I put in my pants right away. So when I sit down I feel it and it reminds me to write my to do list. I love it because I have a bad memory and having a notebook remember everything so you don't have to is great.
I use post it notes and stick them on something I can see, often. Then I copy the list onto my laptop main screen with a "post it" app.
By making sure my work is manageable, having a to do list that can be done that day and not trying to cram in too much. It’s also important that I avoid making the task itself too big because then I just won’t get started.
I demand from myself that I do it. I do not put too many things on it. I do not do anything else than the things on my to do list.
- Do you write fun things too? Like eat ice cream.
- How do you manage tracking tasks that are both short and long term?
- How can I be more forgiving towards myself if I don’t get round to doing all the tasks I set out to complete?
- What do you do to avoid procrastination?
- How do you stay focused with exercising every day even when your whole body is sore because of the said exercise?
- Do you write your to-do list before bed or after waking up? Which once yields a longer list? Which yields more progress and completions?
- How do you remember your tasks and force yourself to check up on them in your to-do list?
- How do you prioritise your tasks? What do you consider most important?
- How should I write my to-do list?
- Sometimes I still tend to think about too many things I have to get done and I would write them out in a list. Yet I still have trouble prioritizing them and sticking to the 3 most important ones. How do I get rid of this overwhelming feeling?