Display sometimes in pictures, colours to make easier for me to understand. Sometimes I work better visually so that can help me be more interested in what I'm doing. Also if there's something bigger to tackle, sometimes I try to tackle that first even if doing so in smaller chunks at a time to complete. Or another way of getting some of my to do list done is by looking at the easiest things first and getting those two to three things done as quickly as possible before tackling the bigger stuff. At least something is being done even if one small achievement, it's something to reduce the listed contents in question.
- Do you think it really matters what time the Fab app suggests you do your to do list. I like it before bed or when I’m about to start work to eliminate distractions to either sleeping or anxiety before starting work. Do you think you have to follow their time period?
- What time of the day is the best moment to write my to-dos?
- What is usually on your to do list?
- 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?
- Best way to make sure your to-do list is achievable?
- 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?