Here it is. My promised Daily Checklist.
Wiped kitchen cabinets and table.
Did a conscious 5 minute pick-up.
Checked bathrooms for clutter.
Did my Bible study.
MOPPED kitchen. (It’s Thursday, y’know.)
And it’s about 9:30 a.m.
OK, here’s the thing that I’m glad to remind myself of: When I know that I’m checking off a list, I’m motivated to DO IT NOW in order to get it checked off.
No, I didn’t do everything on my official list. But oh my word, the house looks so much better when I do these things. And now, I can write a quick post on here, put up today’s main post that I wrote yesterday, and head out to do errands before spending the afternoon helping to set up the book fair at the boys’ school.
I know I’m far from an expert on time-passage-awareness, but how exactly is it that when you get things done in a conscious way, you seem to have more time in your day to do more things?
Feel free to leave a comment with your daily checklist, either the things you did or the things you didn’t do!