Following on from part one of how to write your daily
routine task list, this time round we are thinking more about what to do with
your routine task list and where to put this list so that you actually use it –
Consider the way you work – where are your other daily
tasks, what dictates what you do in any given day – is it your phone, your
diary, outlook and emails? If you could pinpoint one thing that rules your life what would it be?
If you are a fan of paper-based systems write your daily
routine list in your diary or Filofax. There
are some great methods of doing this including:
- Using a grid.
- Using a checklist.
- Using your page marker.
For my blogging and writing daily routine I use a
personalised daily routine notebook each month.
Using an App
If you are tied to your iphone or other smart phone using a
dedicated productivity app might be the best solution for you. Whether you use
a habit tracker style checklist such as daily goals or a to-do list as your app
of choice – make sure you pick something that you like to use. Your
choice can be based on visual appeal or functionality – it doesn’t matter
provided you like to use it as the more you like it, the more likely you are to
What did you choose?