How to make a to-do list you actually want to use

How often do you look at your to-do list, groan and just roll your eyes at all the things you need to get done? That was definitely me until I read something recently that helped me rethink how I view my daily must-dos.

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How often do you look at your to-do list, groan and just roll your eyes at all the things you need to get done? That was definitely me until I read something recently that helped me rethink how I view my daily must-dos.

The article suggested adding a word in front of to-do. And that word is want. That’s right, a want-to-do list! Doesn’t it already sound so much more appealing than just a bunch of chores you have to drudge through? Works for me, and I bet it will for you, too!

What’s one thing you’re always putting off from your to-do list? Tweet me with #todolist @LaurieJennings

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