Thursday, May 27, 2010


i have an eternally long projects to-do list (actually, i have multiple *blush*).  it can be the source of a whole lot of guilt, but also a whole lot of happiness when something gets its check next to it, as in: done.  i have to-do lists that date back to sophomore year in college.  and i keep these in a drawer, as if they're ever going to get accomplished.  good one, di.  

i've read a lot of suggestions about how to actually get projects done, about prioritizing, about limiting daily lists to a few key things so it seems more manageable, etc. etc. etc.  (etc.)  but the lists continue.  at least i make the lists, right?     

here's some of the blogs that have been helpful in my struggles:
feel free to throw out any other suggestions you have on checking things off the old list.

xo. di.

*to-do list from, a great little blog (and store!).      


  1. Aw, thanks, Diane! I'm glad my site is helpful for you :).

    Have a great day!

  2. Hey Diane, thanks so much for the shout out.

    We're ALL struggling to get things done, or, even more, to get the right things done.

    The fact that you even care to make the lists says you're on your way.

  3. I'm a terrible procastinator so maybe not the best person to get advice from, although I do find that doing even a small thing on a list gets me motivated to tackle the next project. If you try to do too much all at the same time you get overwhelmed and nothing gets done.

  4. thanks for all the nice comments, guys!

    i definitely agree that once i get one thing done i'm way more motivated to keep going. it's frequently all about the start!


thanks so much for the note! i love reading your comments. xo. di.

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