How to Make the Most of Your To-Do List: 7 Styles to Try

In my family, memory is an asset.It’s not that we’re senile. It’s just that our minds move too quickly. We’re so busy jumping ahead to whatever’s next that we forget what we were doing in the first place.So if we want to remember anything, we have to write it down. We are a to-do list family.To-do lists have quite the history. They date back at least to the 1700s, as you’ll see below, and have been the subject of glee, contention, and productivity advice alike ever since. And while they’ve evolved significantly over the years, they still stand to serve a pretty similar purpose: To plan what we need to do. What did that look like, once upon a time? And what does it look like for us today? As it turns out, the answer to the latter is different for everyone, and we’ve identified some of the ways people make to-do lists work for them.

Source: How to Make the Most of Your To-Do List: 7 Styles to Try

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