An alternative is to use a digital to-do list on your phone, like Wunderlist, perhaps Microsoft To-Do, or the more elaborate productivity app Trello. When it's digital, you can just change the due date on the to-do in order to move it to the next day.
Ideally though, daily to-do lists aren't too long. Ideally, they should be achievable that day. Maybe you want to differentiate between a long-term to-do list and a daily one…
Just some thoughts. 🙂
Blessings on your journey!
If it's not pressing or important, I put it on my wall of projects to do. On days when I don't have much to do I pick a project from the wall.
- Do you have any time management tips by any chance? I often find it takes me longer to complete tasks than it should
- How many things do you have in your to do list?
- When you reflect at the end of the day, do you have a penalty system if you did not complete what you said you would?
- If you don’t finish the list , do you leave it or put it on again the next day ?
- How to order to do list when you have so much things to do?
- How many items do you put on your daily to-do list?
- regarding writing and completing the to-do list, how do you keep yourself accountable?
- Do you have a notebook ONLY for your task list?
- Do you ever include “daily routine” items on your To-Do list? While you’re forming the habit? Always?
- I would like to know how you deal with Events etc. that require you to change your plans and so also your to do list or completely change your timetable?