Category Archives: making a list

Transitioning

As much as I want to close the lid on this year, I dread January. In order to prepare for that, I am turning inward, working on things I want to accomplish, and not getting worked up about the things … Continue reading

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Breathing In the New Year

Once Christmas is past, I can’t wait to clear the decks and halls of all things holly and jolly. The new year awaits, and I am always champing at the bit with big, creative plans. Or at the very least, … Continue reading

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The Big “O”

It daunts and taunts like nothing else. No, not that “O.” I’m talking about organizing. Overwhelmingly, at first, the tasks beckon me from every perspective in my swivel chair and swiveling head. All my lists have one thing in common: at … Continue reading

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The Simple Plan (in theory)

And so, I jump into this like I do every other project I am enthused about: with high-spirited abandon. What is different is that instead of strict or too many rules, I will be more forgiving and flexible. Still, some … Continue reading

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List-less Day

I find Post-its, like so many dangling earrings, all over my house. There are times I have no idea what my cryptic messages to myself are even about, until too late. I am also a marathon list-maker; not only do … Continue reading

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