Morgana Genovesi December 10, 2020 Family Checklist
Ideally the template will keep track of where you are in the day, all incomplete tasks, and keep you posted, at a glance, on how you are doing. Regardless how you do this, with some cleverness you will find a way. The key point is to make sure the above 7 tips are implemented. You will be amazed how much you can get done and how much ease of mind you will have, as you work, knowing you are working with a plan.
Avoid feeling compelled to take on too many responsibilities all at once. Decide in advance what activities and tasks must get done and write these down on your checklist. For less important activities, consider bartering your services with other moms or dumping them altogether. You will be amazed at how much time you have left in the day to do other fun or important things!
The final step before submitting your work is to do some proofreading. Most writers do this process. They carefully proofread a certain writing before it will be published publicly in a newspaper, magazine, any reading material or over the internet. This is not an easy task where you will just lay your back down. Note that this is different from editing, where you work on structural and organizational issues. Achieving both consistency and correctness are your goals for this phase of the writing process.
Decide ahead of time how long you will devote to a specific task. That way as you are working on it, the knowledge that your allocated time is limited will hone your focus and sharpen your mind, allowing you to concentrate more fully on the task at hand. When you make appointments with other people, use scheduling software or a calendar to keep track of these time-bound events. Likewise, since you have taken the time to plan your day, be meticulous in keeping to your scheduled tasks. Do not let yourself be distracted.