Back in March I wrote a ramble about lists. It was partly serious and partly tongue-in-cheek, and I've been thinking a lot about it. My shopping and errand lists have a better chance of completion than my task and chore lists. It's pretty obvious why, after all, who wants to clean?
Recently I've been ill. I'm better now but I had a week long stay at the hospital the last week in May. The biggest runoff problem from this, aside from feeling crappy, is that I've been unable to work. Without my 20 hours a week we are a financial train wreck. Social Services has pulled through and we've got food stamps but food stamps doesn't pay the rent or feed the dogs and cats.
So what does this have to do with lists? It has a lot to do with lists. Lists help prioritize. Lists help you see the whole picture. Lists can remind you of what's really important in the long run, the people you love and who love you.
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