I’ve used up notebooks for to-do list and if I could improve my to-do list here are the rules I need to stick with. The rules are best learn via failure to do so and LAMENTING about the poor quality.
- neat handwriting
- numbering for easy identification
- Whimsical to-do list must be marked with star. They may need to be taken care of before doing a high priority one. If you move straight to high-priority ones, you may lose steam
- After writing all down, collapse them into one and see if I can avoid or best, find shortcut
- Low priority vs high priority distinction may not come clearly at insufficient information or you may change them later on. Write low-priorities & long term on “second” section of to-do list notebook so that you can classify what is your random passion in the form of “to-do- list” or real stuff that your mind is telling you to do.
low priority and long-term: idea……high priority short term : attetion!
- Turn the to-do-list into an daily episode cut like animation. Give it a title and a subtitle of the day summarizing what I did
Or replace all this with voice recorder.