Do you use a "To Do" list?
Do you have a "To Do" list that you use at home or work to help keep yourself on track and organized?
Absolutely, for everything I do. My daughter does too. We often have lists of the lists we have created of things to do--I know, we are ah, unusual.
Yes. It helps me remain organized and so everything gets done. I have a day planner and plan what to do each day. Sometimes there are three things in one day, and sometimes there are twenty. It all depends on how busy I am and when I intend to do them. If I don't write it down, it doesn't get done.
Yes a "To Do" list is the best way to keep a track of our progress on events which we need to do. I have been following a "To Do" list for over 20 years and it is the best alternative to writing a diary.
Yes, if i didn't have this I would not know where to begin. I usually create my work one on Fridays. It help to have everything nice and organised for the following week. Plus you know what is expected to be done and having deadlines make you finish things on time at home or at work.
Definitely! I update my list each night for the following day. I have become much more productive since starting. Without a list I find that somehow I don't have time for everything I need to do.
Yes, always! I can't think straight without a To-Do list... lol
I must use a "To Do" list or I will forget what I wanted to do! LOL
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