Chances are that if you’re a list maker, you’ve seen – and perhaps drooled over – dozens of different systems for creating your daily to-do list. From fancy Franklin Covey planners to PDAs to those systems tailored for moms and everything in between, there is definitely no lack of options to consider.
So how do you decide which system works best for you?
I’ve been working on describing the pros and cons of a few different systems for a few days now, and to be honest, I’m having trouble putting them into words (maybe because I prefer a system that starts with a blank sheet of paper, a few categories – such as Home, Blogging, Paperwork, etc. – and making my list there. Pretty simple, without many bells and whistles).
However, I know that some of you have much better systems, whether you use Tsh’s Daily Docket or some other system (ListPlanIt.com has some awesome to-do list printables!), so I’m hoping you’ll help me out here and share more about your system and what you love – or maybe don’t love – about it!
Can’t wait to read what you have to say!