Suné Van Rooyen
Hmmmm… cleaning some items… focusing on certain tasks etc.
Actually, most of my to do list items could actually form part of routines
Complete My day check list, because manytimes i put some important things that will be forget and if i Want to ho Up is better complete my priorities
Waking up early, practicing gratitude, taking a shower, doing yoga, making a great breakfast, doing a skin care routine and listening to good music
Your to do list actually could be a daily routine. But that's all I can think off as most of my to dos are not repeating or only during certain times of semester
I begin my evening routine with 15 minutes of cleaning. The work and monotony allow me to get out any excess energy and nagging thoughts before my next task, which is yoga. 15 minutes is a small amount of time, but 15 minutes of focused energy gets an amazing amount done. If done every day, you may even get to a point where you're doing those cleaning tasks you never get around to doing. Or even reduce your time altogether. The more I invest in my routines, the more interest on my time I earn. How cool is that?
- 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.