It seems to be a compulsion. Whenever I'm board I just start making lists...of anything, grocery lists, to do lists, lists of books I want to read or have read, fav movies, tv shows. Yeah I don't know, I don't do it all the time or anything but it is a compulsion.
:) Finish GCSE's
:) Enjoy the summer holiday and try not to cut myself
:) Start writing novel
:) Start and complete jigsaw in the holidays
:) Start Sixth Form
:) Enjoy my 17th B'day, Whooop!!!
:) Finish novel by the end of Sixth Form
:) Do well in A Levels Exam
:) Get all A and...
Seriously. I even draw little maps how to get to my appointments, if it's unknown place. (I use bicycle-no navigation and I hate hanging with huge map or phone on street while raining or so)
I write what food to prepare every day for kids. Shopping lists. Plan my school...
Clean out totes. . .
1. Organize writings
2. Go through diaries.
3. Throw out what I do not need.
4. Go through Books
Clean Kitty Litter
Organize picture on my computer
Organize Flash Drive
Create Extra back ups
Work on diary
Draw and color for a...
I am person that can at times be easily distracted. That's why I make lists. Sometimes they are errand lists to be done for that day. Other times they are specific lists like what to buy at the grocery store or triggers for memory. Also...
Every night I go over what I have to do the next day. I then make a to-do list so that I remember the next day what has to be done. Sadly I have to walk around with the list or I will still forget! *blank stare*
Not real to-do lists. I tear off little pieces of paper sometimes and scribble silly things that only I'd understand. I write things from calling my mom to asking EP people for their names... If StrikerFreeze or HollowVoid is reading this, that's you.
- compile all my other to-do lists
- remove less important tasks until list is short enough for my lifetime
- organize by dependencies
- sort by priority
…Hmm, I could use some specialized software to better organize my lists.
- develop a DTD for storing to-do...