To Do Lists

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Ok, I should just never make promises to do anything weekly.  Maybe if my to do list looked like one I found recently in my 7-year old daughter’s notebook, I’d be better at getting everything done.  Here is her list:

  1. Wake up.
  2. Eat breakfast.
  3. Get dressed.
  4. Play with dolls.
  5. Go to bed.
I think she’s got a really good sense of what is important in life. 🙂
I will try to post more often, but only after I play with my dolls.
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3 responses »

  1. I really enjoy reading your articles, Melissa. You do have a way with words that is quite perky – even though you may not always feel that way.
    What I am looking for is your trolls and can’t find them. Where do I look?

    MIL

  2. I used to make long, involved lists of what to do over a weekend. I set impossible goals for myself and, of course, would not (could not) finish the list. I would beat myself up horribly and feel terrible about myself. Then I started making lists of what I HAD accomplished -and it is usually a lot-and that works much better for me. I love your daughters list – the only things I might add (for me, not her!) are to get up early enough to get in a nap before noon. Then take another later in the day if the mood strikes me.

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