lists structure

Lists, Redefined

Who likes to make a list? Checking off feels good but making the list? Not so much. The list is too big, long, overwhelming. Or it gets lost, isn’t used except in a crisis, has too many tasks on it…

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An Unhurried Sense of Time: How Do You Do That!?

An Unhurried sense of time. I need that this week and so I decided to reread and update this post. Writing does slow down my sense of hurry. Unhurried and time: words that don’t go together smoothly, do they? I’m…

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Organized with ADHD

Podcast Interview – Staying Organized While Managing Your ADHD – Sue West with Janet M. Taylor

Staying Organized While Managing Your ADHD: I was invited recently to be a guest with Janet M. Taylor, a colleague. I hope you’ll enjoy our conversation, my advice, her tips and the questions she had for me (including how do…

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Flexible Time Management: Psychology

Flexible To Do Lists: This is another of my practical strategies series, with this topic being flexibility in one`s time management. Each post will have a different set of practical strategies and questions for practice. Today’s post is about your…

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your day back on track

Plan Your Day the Night Before: Why and How

In my last blog about getting your days back on track, I shared a solution which works for many people. That’s unusual in my world, because so much of organization and productivity is about strategies and systems which are tuned…

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choices

Time Management: Create Choices to Create Calm

To many people, the words “management,” “structure,” and “system” sound, strict, linear, and rigid. How can you have choices and flexibility, with “just enough” structure to help you stay on track, get things done, and struggle less with organizing your…

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