‘To-do’ list helps?
How often the day becomes a hectic one with all those “must do” errands. Someone can say: having written ‘to-do’ list helps.
Never forgotten any articles. Stick on fridge.
Right. I do too. But sometimes, following the list we’re getting bored,
tired, feel resistance…
The key – to know your biorhythms. If say, you know that 3 pm – you likely would take a nap, don’t plan to check your expenses.
Instead, prepare some mechanical task as sorting, cleaning, watering flowers, laundry, or just take a nap!
After that, refreshed you could do some brain work.
3 ideas to complete day tasks
There are couple ideas to make your ‘to-do’ list completed:
– turn the list upside-down , or do it in back order;
– important task – first;
– using egg timer to get started.
What if we try to stay with each step just for a while and then switch to another step. For instance, the computer time could be divided into 4 sessions through the day. Project researching, creating new – when high energy; social connections online during the lunch time; checking emails – when tired; watching movies/listening music – at the end of the day.
Doing each step at fixed time helps to escape boredom.
Check your bio-level for particular day, observe your ups and downs. If you feel tired – switch/take a nap.
The result – refreshing brain every time you start a new activity, because the “rest – it’s not doing nothing, but changing what you do.”
Structured day idea might work not only for weekend or for self- employers, but helps organize more efficient schedule for corporative workers, including a nap.