If you feel anything like me then you are outright tired of to-do lists. I really could go on all day about why I don’t like a to do list. First of all, if you make a complete list it takes a bunch of time and energy. When you have finally finished and you feel like you’ve gotten everything on your list that you could possibly get done you’re ready to take a break. But now it’s time to get started. The list never gets done and it finds it’s way into some dusty corner of your desk or at the bottom of you purse or book bag.
For those of you who actually do work your to-do list that’s great. It feels so good to check tasks off and get things done. After all, that’s the purpose for a to-do list right? To do whats on it. But this whole process can be cumbersome and tedious at times.
You know I’ve been leading you somewhere right? I read an article on Zenhabits and I am excited about it. It provides another way to get complete tasks and I really think this method of getting the job done will work better for me and that’s why I wanted to share it with you.