A Daily Planner Is Not Useless
You wake up in the morning and clean yourself up. You fix a quick breakfast or not and rush out into scheduling and busy hustle. By the time you check your wrist watch, you find out that the day is far spent. Then you remember everything you said you would do but never got to it.
Most times all you need is a daily planner or even a to-do-list and a personal conviction to stick to it.
- Make a simple to-do list at night.
- Wake up early enough.
- Check your list again to ensure you haven’t missed out anything important.
- Check the boxes of the tasks you have done as the day goes by. It will give you a sense of accomplishment.
- Congratulate yourself on the good work done no matter how little. Consistency is what matters a lot.
And I hope you do know that you can have your daily planner on your mobile devices. And even time each activity with an alarm tone. Thank goodness for technology.