Check out this hilarious post from Christine Kane. I am an obsessive list maker, I’ve learned to keep weekly, not daily lists though. Floating a list item to another day just feels so darned naughty. I don’t color code anymore, but I do use a graphic organizing system. On a standard sheet of paper, I use each corner for a separate list. One corner might be the grocery list, another might be “stops i have to make while running around town” another corner might be “things to do while kids are occupied & don’t need me” and another might be “people i need to contact” the center is usually reserved for housework, and that gets delegated to the kids anyways. I can’t wait to read the rest- I do think my list might be on steroids. You don’t even want to know what’s on the back. Yeah- it’s another list.
I keep a page with this title on each one of my sites, saved as a draft or password protected. I use it as a general “things to do next” and a place to document the invisible work I’ve done on the site. It’s amazing that I can remember what each of my six kids […]
We vacationed in the San Juan Islands last week. Actually, we stayed on Whidbey Island and visited San Juan, as well as Port Townsend, Fort Worden State Park (Where An Officer and a Gentleman was filmed) and Deception Pass. In the past, when my husband’s income was our family’s only resource, I’d feel bad about […]
How to Access Clipboard History It’s my own fault: I should be writing in a word processing program, instead of directly into the edit box at Suite101. In my defense, I was out of the habit for a while because their interface didn’t support the Chrome browser. So instead of using Internet Explorer or Firefox, […]