Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Confession Time

Stephanie

They say the first step towards change is admitting you have a problem so here goes…

I am not the most organized person. My pride doesn’t want to admit that I suffer from CRS (Can’t remember stuff) but I need help. I’m sure I could benefit from keeping some kind of schedule and a to-do list but that makes me feel as though I must become dependent on something- a date book, computer application… Can’t I just have a personal assistant to tell me what I should be doing and what I need to buy at the store so I don’t forget the bug lights again?

I think it would really help me if you would share your methods for keeping organized – especially if you lean more towards being right-brained like me. Please tell me about your system, and how it works for you.

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14 thoughts on “Confession Time

  1. It is OK not to say yes to everything.
    Any task that keeps appearing on to-do lists is a habit not a task, and you can do habits on auto-pilot in same way, same place, same time, every day without angst. You don’t have a problem until you see something as a problem. Finish what you start before starting something new. Have fun.

  2. It is OK not to say yes to everything.
    Any task that keeps appearing on to-do lists is a habit not a task, and you can do habits on auto-pilot in same way, same place, same time, every day without angst. You don’t have a problem until you see something as a problem. Finish what you start before starting something new. Have fun.

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