Anyone else ever feel like they’re running around in circles, trying to get everything done? Finding sticky notes of things to do in your purse, your work bag, your kitchen counter, your car…
The very first tip I give to people when I see notes all over is to eliminate all those floating papers from your life. Gather them all up and put them in a single place. When they’re scattered all over the house, they have a tendency to become permanent clutter, where you learn to ignore them.
Make a master to-do list, either in a small notebook (hello dollar store), your calendar, or into an app that you can sync with your family. Write down every single thing that you need to do.
Then you need to prioritize the list. You will know which are the urgent ones. Keep those at the top, obviously. Then decide which ones are important soon (calling the electrician to fix the front porch light that has been out for a couple of days) and which ones are dreams (washing your baseboards).
Every couple of days or week, depending on how long your list is, go through and update it, adding and removing where necessary. You’ll be amazed at how much you can accomplish when you have everything in one single place.
If you need some assistance getting that list in place, contact me to help you out.