I wrote about the way I use lists some weeks ago and said that I basically use two different lists to organize myself:
If you looked at the second one, you would basically see three kinds of items:
They belong to a specific project and, once they are completed, I forget about them. Some examples of my current open projects are:
I create categories for this kind of items, so maybe I should call them sublists. Some examples:
Here I put stuff I want to do in a regular basis as part of a category you could call My life. For example:
When I complete one of these tasks, Todoist is set to create a new instance for the next due date. If I miss a workout or some other recurring task (and, with my busy schedule, it happens more than I would care to admit), then I postpone it manually.
I should talk about the risk of planning too many tasks. It will be another time, though, because I have some other stuff to do today
Picture: IMG_0712 (Copia) (Luigi Mengato)