• kselby7

To Do lists

You know all those things on your to do list that you keep forgetting about?

Some feel very important, it's just hard to remember you wanted to get them done.

I've got a list of writing pieces that aren't finished, and art work that needs better reproduction, and people to contact, and....

I always think about these things when I am not conveniently at my computer, or even near a pen and paper. Sometimes, even remembering to write– then check– the lists is seemingly impossible.

So though it isn't New Years anymore, I've decided to focus more on my To Did list, rather than To Do. Taking inventory of what I've already done in a day can give me a real boost to getting just a bit more done. Then maybe a bit more. What's the term? A virtuous cycle as opposed to a downward spiral.

It's on my list :-)

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