I’ve written about my Morning To Do List ad nauseum.
That’s Latin for “until I make you want to hurl.”
In case you didn’t already know that.
But you probably did.
Anyway, I’ve written about it a lot. I’ve given you step-by-step instructions for making a Morning To Do List, I’ve shown you how to work out a time schedule for the tasks, and I’ve discussed some reasons why my routine stopped working for awhile.
I’ve even told you that my Morning To Do List is “the duct tape that keeps my days and weeks from falling apart.” (Poetic, huh?)
But let’s face it, when you’re standing knee-deep in toys and dirty laundry and pure homemaking frustration, hearing about my Morning To Do List just might make you want to…um…hurl.
So, maybe we should back up a step and make a workable Morning To Do List.
If you’re struggling to keep your head above water, then you need a Morning To Do List that will help you succeed, not weigh you down.
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