We live abundantly full lives as moms, and sometimes our to-do lists read more like novels than easy-to-follow reminders. I used to be obsessed with list making and even call myself a recovering junkie. The truth is, I used my to-do lists as a way to procrastinate what I actually needed to do.
Rather than continue down the path of too many things, let's uncomplicate our lists and make room for more joy and freedom. This episode is full, but one that I know you can use to help implement less cluttered to-do lists into your life.
WHAT YOU'LL HEAR TODAY:
- My struggle with too many lists and why I really loved making to-do lists my entire life.
- How priorities should be playing a bigger role in the lists you make each day.
- The backward way that most people create to-do lists and how to fix it.
- The importance of planning without worrying about the plans.
- How to audit your time to find the leaks and holes.
- The role that routines play in to-do lists and how they actually help you simplify yours.
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED TODAY:
- The Mother Like a Boss Playground on Facebook.
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