In the past, I used to have several to do lists. Some were in my old phone, some were in a note in my new phone, some were in the calendar of my new phone, others were written down on pieces of paper, some were in my computer. Guess what happened? Yup, disaster. To help me get organized, I narrowed it down to two masterlists of things to do on my new phone.
One is for work and one is for life. In each list, there are subheadings like email (things to email), research (things to research about), questions (write questions for upcoming interviews), or monthly plans, long term plans, submit (upcoming writing contests or calls for submission), etc. Doing this definitely made my life easier.
More Habits and Routines:
- My Super Early Morning Routine
- No Screens After 8PM
- Scheduling Secrets: Time-framed To-Do Lists
- The Time Management Matrix that Saved Me from 16-Hour Work Days
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