Wednesday, November 7, 2018

My Process for Staying Organized

As of late, I have started to once again use the to-do list as a way of managing my time. For some reason, I go back and forth on using it while utilizing my calendar stays pretty consistent.

In Outlook (work), I am able to use flagged emails or create tasks. At home, I use Google Inbox (reminders), Google Calendar, and now Google Tasks to create triggers for what I should be doing.

My current process involves flagging email and creating reminders/tasks. From this growing list, I then find time to add the task to my calendar. Essentially, I'm cherry-picking items to work on.

While this is great and all, I'm seeing a lot of flagged messages and tasks just sitting (and growing) in my box. Yes, I take time each day to review them, but I fear that it's going to get unwieldy. Come to think of it, that might be the reason I stopped using tasks originally.

Anywho, I'm looking for ideas and strategies. How are you using To-Do Lists and the calendar? What is your process for managing your growing list of tasks? Events? Reminders?


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