No doubt about it. If I make a list, I'm a lot more productive. Saturday night, I made a list of 28 things I want to get done this week. By Sunday evening, I'd accomplished 8 of them. I've got at least four things I want to accomplish by lunchtime. I'm hoping to get even more done by the time I turn in tonight.
Are you like me? Do you get distracted and therefore don't seem to get much done? I'll be in my office, decide I need something in the kitchen and walk all the way across the house only to discover I've forgotten what it was I wanted to do or get. Yes, I definitely need to make lists.
lists really do keep you on top of things. For instance, I have a ton of Tupperware and other assorted containers, but can I ever find the corresponding lids? No. And the kitchen cupboards are so full when I open a door, some plastic storage contained is bound to fall on my head. I'm tired of this. Marrying up the containers with the lids is another item on my list. (Of course, finding one place to store it all is another problem that needs solving, but let's take things one at a time.)
And when I finish up all the items on this list, I'm going to make another one. It seems to be the only way I can get stuff done.
How about you?