To-Do Lists for Those Needing Inspiration
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Here's a few to-do lists for different days of the week. But mine will be different from others because I don't have children to take care of.
Sunday-Day of Rest-do as little work as possible-but don't be legalistic about it. :)
7am - get up, get a drink, use restroom, wash hair
7:30am - a quiet time-devotional time
7:50 am -make bed, get dressed
8:00am - go out to make breakfast
8:40am - finish getting ready for church
8:50-9:00am - go to church-it may take you longer than 5 minutes. :)
12-12:30pm - go home or go somewhere for lunch
1pm-if at home, do dishes and make dinner, or if at restaurant, enjoy food and friends (assuming you're not eating by yourself)
2pm - finish dinner, put dishes in dishwasher, relax for hours!
6-8pm - decide on dinner and eat dinner
8pm- put dishes in dishwasher, continue relaxing and having fun
9pm - undecided
10pm-12am-go to bed ( I don't normally stay up until midnight)
Sorry, that Sunday To-Do List turned into a schedule.
Let's try something else.
For a Saturday:
Go to a park: by yourself or with spouse and/or children
Play a game with Children
Watch a movie
There, is that a good To-Do List? It mixes fun and work. Sounds good to me.
Okay, maybe now it's time to tackle a weekday. Let's do a summer's day first:
Go fishing or biking, or adventuring some other way.
Outside work or organizing/cleaning indoors
Game or movie
Okay, now a School Day:
Go to work or other morning duties
Continue work or tasks
Maybe pick up kids from school/ take care of a parent
Make kids do homework
Do pre-dinner tidying up.
There-does that cover every day of your week/month/year? Basically? I hope so! Enjoy!
Oh, don't forget to go on vacation at some time!