Organization: Lists Edition | Alyssa J Cori: Organization: Lists Edition

June 1, 2014

Organization: Lists Edition

I love to make lists. To-do lists, future goals lists, shopping lists, books to read lists, anything else you can think of lists. I also love checking things off of my lists; that feeling of accomplishment is such a high! Even though a list may seem pretty simple, I believe that there is an art to their organization.

Before technology I had a specific notepad where I kept a variety of lists. Now however, I am an avid user of the Wunderlist app (which I mention in another organization post about my iPhone). This app is so great because it can be accessed on any device with an internet connection.
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Here are my quick tips for list organization (which can be used for paper or Wunderlist)
  • Create Categories. Basically, you wouldn't store your food in your office so don't have a list with work and grocery shopping mixed. On Wunderlist you have a main list called your inbox and then you can make secondary lists. I have a blog list, shopping list, to view later list (like movies and music; my books list is on Goodreads. Follow me!), and school list. For on paper lists you can do the same or create sub categories on a master list. 
  • Set due dates. For me having a set in stone due date is super important for actually getting things done. Wunderlist allows you to assign a due date and it feels simply awful if you miss it. If you're like me you will do just about anything to meet your time goal! 
  • Check off those boxes! You know it feels so good to make that check mark. I'll even put items that I've already completed on my lists just so I can check them off...#sorrynotsorry.
Having a list is great and all, but you need the self discipline to keep yourself motivated and on task. So go out there and simply get it done!


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