Who doesn’t love a good list? Personally, I find the act of crossing something off of a to-do list to be massively satisfying. I’ve even been guilty of writing something down onto my to-do list that I have already done or am about to do JUST for the satisfaction of crossing something off.
Come on, you’ve never done this?!
But, sometimes just the mere joy out of crossing a task off the to-do list STILL isn’t enough to get me to stick to crossing things off the to-do list.
So, what ends up happening to my brain dump of a to-do list daily? It becomes a new to-do list rolled over from the previous day’s list and so on and so on. Endless pretty notebooks or notepads wasted or used up with no system of keeping track of.
If this is starting to sound familiar, you are not alone. Recognizing the importance of a to-do list is one thing, keeping with the practice is an entirely different story.
That’s why I created this digital to-do list that incorporates not just one day’s worth of tasks, but tasks that can be completed the next day, the next week, and by the end of the month. By having the ability to break up tasks in this way, you’re given the chance to choose which tasks must be done right away and which tasks might need more attention to be completed over time.