I did manage to get a few things done, but sometimes it just doesn't feel like it.
Do you ever notice how important things get set aside for the more urgent things? I guess it's the squeaky wheel thing.
And then even when you get something important completed, it doesn't always feel like you've worked hard enough nor frantic enough to really consider it an accomplishment. Maybe that's where list making has its benefits. Crossing things of a list give a sense of accomplishment. Maybe I should start making lists.
I can cross off drink coffee and blog on today's list--as soon as I make my list!
I've got plenty of things that I can put on the list.
For all of you list makers--Is the idea to complete everything on your list by the end of the day or to carry forward as few things as possible?
Do you complete your list before making a new one or just keep adding to it as new things come up?
How do you decide what to do next? Easiest? Quickest to accomplish? Most urgent? Most important?
That settles it. I'm making a list for
Better get to it!
Have a great week!