Buy a to do list notebook. Make it creative. Buy stars or stickers and place a sticker next to each item that you finish. Get a pen in a color you like and write your list in that color.
- When do you write your to-do list, in the evening or tomorrow, and why?
- Do you use the Bullet Journal method?
- I have trouble with following the order of tasks on my lists. This causes me to rewrite/reorder things multiple times, and causes the list-making to become more overwhelming and tedious. I haven’t figured out how to stick to what I’ve written down. I have a grasp on prioritization, I just don’t follow it once it’s written. I’ve found this can make me abandon lists altogether, and that kind of negates the point of writing it at all! What helps you stick to the order of a list you’ve written?
- At what time of day do you tend to perform the Write My To Do habit?
- When do you study? I personally like to study at night. But I would like to know your preferences too. I am open to try something new. What would you recommend?
- Any trick to really first do the most important tasks?
- What color pen and paper to use for professional purposes
- How often do you complete everything from your to-do list?
- How do you keep track of things that you want to get done but not necessarily today?
- Do you use this to help with ADHD?
- How do I keep from making the list impossible to get done in a day?
- I have found the anxiety of listing leads me to more destructive avoidance behaviors. Do you have this problem? What do you do about it?
- Do you ever put frivolous activities on your to do list?
- How can I incorporate a disability into a feasible Todo list? Some days are bad, the pain is bad, I am not.
- How do you handle long term ToDo items? Things like « Thinking about future life projects », which is more of a background task than an actual item to « do » in the moment per se.