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To Do List Tweak- Add Action

To Do List Tweak- Add Action

This ONE simple tweak to your to do list might make all the difference.

To Do List Tweak- Add Action

Start each item on your to do list with an action verb.

You could jut write “garden,”

Or you could mark, “Create fairy garden with kids.”

Add action to your to do lists

Sure you might think you don’t need to add all those extra words, but in 6 months, when you come across that nearly illegible scrap of paper, which note will make more sense?

Which line on your to-do list will lead to results?

Add action to your to do lists for results

Have you ever followed up on one of your to-do list items, only to find out later that you either did the wrong thing, or you didn’t do all the things you meant to do for that item? Those action verbs give you direction. They give you focus. They give you clarity.

Adding action words to your to do list make things happen. And they don’t cost extra.

To do lists aren’t just for the boring stuff. Dream. Make. Create. Give your to do list some action verbs, and see how amazing you can become.

168 Hours

168 Hours

How many hours are you going to love this week? Out of the 168 hours allotted to each of us each week, how many will you enjoy, really enjoy? The premise of the book 168 hours is that, essentially, most of us think we don’t have enough time in our day. As a result, we… Continue Reading

Make Time for Crisis and Chaos

Make Time for Crisis and Chaos

If you come to this blog only for pretty pictures of stacked bins and organized closets, you’ll figure out pretty quickly that organizing isn’t all about that, and neither is life. In fact, being organized gives you time to deal with crisis and chaos that happen because you are alive. In other words, stuff happens,… Continue Reading

Organizing in the Age of Endless

Organizing in the Age of Endless

Is it possible to organize your life in the age of endless? Mail. Email. Online shopping options. The news. Your task list. What’s for dinner tonight. Laundry. They never end. Are you tired yet?   It seems we have endless everything, which leads to decision overload and a constant sense of overwhelm. It’s actually called… Continue Reading