Making a Big “To Do”

The winner of the giveaway from my Proverbs 31 devotion post on Tuesday is Faith Moore. Please send your home address to my assistant at kim@proverbs31.org. Congrats!

Hey gang–

Today I am posting over at Roomag.com, Candace Cameron Bure’s online magazine.

We’re talking about an effective way to make a “to do” list and tackle your busy day in the most efficient way.

Click here to see the post and join us. :-)

Have a productive Thursday!

 

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  • Hi Karen,
    I love the idea of lists. Once upon a time you had a really cool list on your blog that you could print. It had at the top, “I can do all things thru Christ who strengthens me” it also had separate areas for things you had to do, want to do’s, phone calls to make, emails, etc. It was really cool. I had a copy and made it for all the mom’s in my mom’s group that I am in at church. My husband even used a copy for work! Anyways, I think I may have used my original copy and wondering if you still might have this somewhere on your blog to print please that I am not seeing. Actually, someone that I had shown it too and given a copy of it to also asked me the other day, “where can I can get that list maker again”? I wrote down the name of your blog for her. Thanks so much- blessings on your day!

  • Since my stroke 12 years ago, I NEED to write things down! It seems that I can while away an entire day and never even notice that the time is passing! It gives me such a sence of accomplishment when I get to cross things off the list. Most of my daily lists start off the same: meds, dress, breakfast, dishes, etc. Even the simple repetitive things like those need to be written down or I forget them! Sometimes, I work from the same list for a week or more! Currently, I have a desk that needs to be sorted, filed, etc. That chore has been on my list all week, but the weather is so nice outdoors and I am so far behind on my yard work and flowerbeds are calling me.