How do you write a you’re to. Do list

Ruby Baker
For me, I just start brainstorming everything that’s cluttering my mind and noting it. Just short little phrases of what I need to do. Then once my brain is emptied I simply go back and start looking at what I REALLY need to do and what I just maybe want to do or desire to do. Also, sometimes things NEED to get done like cooking and cleaning but I also NEED a mental health day. So it’s all about checking in and being realistic

Oliver Thomsen
I divide my tasks to 4 categories;
1- urgent & important
2- important but not urgent
3- urgent but not important
4- not urgent & not important
Do the 1 immediately
Spend as much as possible of my time on 2
Try to manage them in a way consuming less time possible
Avoid 4