I think whenever you feel like doing it. You will prioritize and add or put tasks you couldn't finish on next list. That is what I do.
- How many tasks do you usually put on your to do list and why?
- How do you determine what is most and least important when faced with competing priorities?
- How do you sustain the to-do list habit?
- Do you have any to-do list strategies or tools that you enjoy?
- When your days are busy and they change constantly, how do you stay on track.
That really all depends on the individual. Some people find it helpful to do the list the night before as this allows them to put aside all their worries and responsibilities temporarily and get a better night's sleep. They don't worry about forgetting something important if they've already written it down. Others like to start their day by writing their to do list as it allows them time to focus there mind on the priorities for that day and get themselves mentally prepared to achieve their goals. If your unsure which works best for you try it both ways. Set your to-do list in your evening routine for one week, writing it for the following day, and monitor your sleep patterns, tiredness and productivity. Then move the same task to your morning routine and monitor the same results. To be honest you will probably know by gut instinct which works best for you. There's no right or wrong answer in fact I've known people do one, both or even set time aside to revisit their to-do lists throughout the day depending on how often their priorities may change throughout the day.
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I find it tough to get time to do a todo list at night. I want to wind down and spend time with my husband and kids. I also want my mind to relax at night. But I understand why it would be good to do it the night before to help with planning. I think for me it would be best done early in am after meditation or reading or in late afternoon before dinner.
- 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?