This Week's To Do List
This is supposed to be what I call an "off week". I taught a workshopo last week and I have another one next week (in Ventura). So this week I am free.
But I am confused. If it's an off week then why do I have 28 items on my To Do List???? Are you kidding me?
Rather than bore you with a list of all 28 items, I think I will just break it down for you instead. Three items are related to filling and shipping merchandise orders. Two items are paintings that need to be shipped. Four items are related to workshop to do's. Five items are related to commissions. Two are about next month's Monday Online Studio. Three items are about upcoming commissions. Eight items are good old computer work. And one item is for the AHA show. So, it's end of the day on Monday and only six items are crossed off. Why do I keep doing this?
In order to stay sane my next "to do" is to organize the remaining 22 items on the list. All I need to do is add the day of the week each item will get accomplished.
OK. That is done. Wednesday is going to be my longest day. Ugh.
But now I can relax. All of the things I need to do this week are written down and scheduled for a day this week. Even though it's a crazy amount of things to do I know when and how to get them accomplished. No more pressure. Whew.
How do you manage your to do lists?
2/23/2016 04:30:45 am
After years and years of trying multiple systems (in the same year) I have finally found the Bullet Journal System and I think it's going to change my life!
2/27/2016 07:27:25 am
I am curious! I would love to hear about it. What's great about it?
2/23/2016 07:08:05 am
@ Nancy Darlling - Thanks for talking about the the Bullet Journal System. It looks interesting I'm going to give it a trial . Lord knows I need something to help me gt on and keep on track
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