To-Do Lists

Lists!  Why do we make them?  When should we make them?  Do they really help?  Do they hinder or help creativity?

To-do lists can provide motivation, a sense of accomplishment, organization, and probably even feelings of being overwhelmed if they are too long and unrealistic.

Crossing off to-dos on the to-do list is most satisfying – it’s a sign that something is done, something is completed.  Adding something to the list frees the brain of having to remember it and then more of the brain can be used for creativity, imagination, and observation!

How do you keep track of your to-do’s?  Paper, pencil, computer, cell phone, daily planner, post-its, or something else?  You  may also want to consider some of these To-Do Lists from fellow Etsians:

Thanks for stopping by!  I’m off to cross-off my daily blog post now from my to-do list!


Today’s Quote
My to-do list is so long that it doesn’t have an end; it has an event horizon.  by Craig Bruce


4 Responses to To-Do Lists

  1. Pamela Bates says:

    appreciate the mention……go on,check something off of that list of yours!

  2. I too appreciate the mention of my chalkboard to do list! Everyone wants to get organized and lists help!

  3. Jessica says:

    Thanks for including my Eclectic Patterns to do notes! Nice blog!

  4. Dave says:

    Thanks so much for including us in this round-up…love the blog!

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