The Dreaded To-Do List

I believe in to-do lists, but I do not use them everyday. I create lists to remember what I need to get done in a day/week/month. I am especially busy toward the end of the month. A daily list is necessary to ensure I meet my deadlines. Like being organized, list making is a tool designed to help you.

If you’ve never tried to-do lists, give it a shot. Experiment to find what works best for you. Be realistic about what you put on your list and remember to build in time for those unexpected interruptions that invariably happen. Whether you work outside the home or at home, a list can help you stay on track and on top of the busyness of your day. For more information, visit this site:

Debra L. Butterfield © 2010

1 comment:

  1. To-do lists are wonderful, and I use them much the way you seem to, but they can be a double-edged sword. I had a very special deadline at the end of January that illness has kept me from completing to this day!! It's very depressing, and most discouraging. No, I don't let it get me down for long, I just did a rewrite to the list, but it's embarrassing!
    I love your "webzine", Thanks for being here.