A couple of years ago, I made a concerted effort to become a lot more organized in my life. Mere routine and memory weren’t enough to keep track of everything I needed or wanted to do, and with two jobs and a family, stuff was getting missed. Probably my number one challenge in my professional life has been to carry through on ideas, and when I get too spread out, project execution started to falter.
While I tried bullet journals and custom lists, what really helped put me on track was getting a task list organizer program called Wunderlist that could sync up between my computers and devices. Being able to schedule tasks and have them repeat helped to take an overwhelming amount of things to do and divide them up somewhat.
But it wasn’t enough. There were days that I’d wake up, check my task list, and see 40…
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