It's no surprise to anyone who knows me that I am a list maker extraordinaire. I make lists for everything and somewhere along the way I began to depend on them so much that I swear I am incapable of remembering the simplest things like milk, eggs, and butter from the grocery store.
Anyway, I finally gave up my black book and my post-it note craziness. I came up with a to-do list that keeps me organized and that keeps me from pulling out my hair (and that my kids have no interest in). Post-it notes seem to beckon to my children, "come take me away and play with me" as does my little black book which says "come draw in me". I have lost count of the number of times my post-its have disappeared from my purse or the fridge and my little black book now boasts scribbles from the girls from when they've sneaked it from its spot in my bag. With all the apps and such for my Smartphone, I still haven't been able to bring myself to join the electronic age. I like writing things down the "old way". Call me old-fashioned.
Want to print your own copy?
Click here to print your own to-do list (minus the nifty graphic since it didn't appear in google docs). You can even punch holes in these sheets and keep them in a binder or if your like me you can recycle them or throw them away.
Are you a "to-do list" afficianado or do you avoid them at all costs?