To do or not to do...that is the questionI write lists.
The minute I get a bit panicky about what I have to achieve I write a list.
I write lists on a pad next to the fridge. I write lists on the back of receipts and find them weeks later in the back pocket of my jeans (usually washed) and I write lists on my phone and I am the queen of spreadsheets for the ultimate 'everything list'.
I have several of these on my phone currently in use http://iphone.appstorm.net/roundups/productivity-roundups/25-fantastic-to-do-list-apps-for-iphone/ but obviously I also like to back up these apps with the spreadsheet versions.
I have lists on lists. Here is a list of some of my lists:
- Things that need doing in the house list
- Shopping list
- Things I want for the house list
- The shoes I need list
- The bucket list
- Things I must to today list
- Things I should have done yesterday list
- The ultimate list
Writing lists makes me feel like I have done what I need to do. When I write a list I have achieved.
I know if I did what I was supposed to do, my lists wouldn't take quite so long to write.
But then; what would I write my lists on?