I leave my laptop on the kitchen table. Luckly, the kitchen is in the middle of the house. I walk in here about 9,000 times a day. Every morning I pull up word and type up a "to-do list" before I print it out I try to get the simple things done, dishes, cleaning off the table, taking out dinner to defrost, etc. In that time I think of more things I need to do that day. When I'm done, I print it out. I have a clip board I post all of our daily to-do list to. As the day goes on, I highlight them off and add things. When I come across something in the house I have to do that isn't on the list, I'll write it down and highlight it off as done. This way, at the end of the day, I'm looking at a list with 98% of the things done.
When my husband or kids ask, "So, what have you done today?" I point to the list. This way I feel as if I've done something useful.
How do you tackle your "list"?
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