I can’t keep up. My thoughts are everywhere. My schedule is lost, my tasks are gone. I can’t remember what I’m suppose to be doing.
I’m at my desk at work, I’m at home in the kitchen, I’m everywhere, and nowhere.
I’m doing everything, and I’m doing nothing. I’m so incredibly hot… and dizzy. I’m losing my balance.
Um. What a relief.
It was all a dream. I’m awake. It was a horrible dream about time management.
I’m dreaming about time management, who’d have thought? Not me, that’s for sure.
My biggest concern when it comes to time management, and it has been occupying my mind lately, is that I can’t keep track of my tasks, or my ideas.
If I just had a to-do list, a list to keep track of my thoughts, everything would be so much easier. But I do have a to-do list, actually, I have many to-do lists.
It’s easy to concentrate, and I’m focused when I need to be, but that doesn’t really help.
I have been using Things on my iPhone. It works great, and I usually keep my iPhone close to where I am. This way it’s easy to add new tasks to my to-do list. I have also been using the advice from Nick Cernis and his Todoodlist. That’s also working great.
And, I’ve been keeping notebooks everywhere, and small yellow stickers. I love post-it notes.
I have many to-do lists, but no place to keep everything together.
When it comes to articles for my blogs, I’ve been thinking about writing everything inside WordPress and then schedule the articles to be published. This way I will always keep track of my new posts, and I can continue writing them where ever I am, as long as I have an internet connection. But I can’t stop using WriteRoom, it’s addictive. It has to be.
As I’m writing this, I’m using four different computers, and sometimes the article I’m currently writing is located on the computer at work, and I’m at home trying to finish writing it.
I have the software, I have the moleskine notebooks, I have it all, except for the strategy.
I can’t decide.
I would really appreciate some feedback, what’s working for you?
Image: Scott Ableman