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3 comments

  1. JoLyn

    What an accomplishment you have made. And I love how you’ve recorded it. Makes me think I could use this method to help me over the hump of my big long ugly “to-do NOW” list!
    .-= JoLyn´s last blog ..five times on the road to hana =-.

  2. JoLyn

    Sorry Pam for being confusing! I like how you made your list of goals and kept track of it in categories and then marked it off when it’s complete. And related it to the Olympics. I think I could use the way you did your goals to do mine! Hope that makes sense!
    .-= JoLyn´s last blog ..five times on the road to hana =-.

  3. Granny Pam

    JoLyn, if something I did helps you, I am thrilled to death. To be honest, I just work from a to-do list, which never ends. If I had the paper I have used and then recycled while writing things down and then crossing them off, I could heat the house for several cold Michigan winters.

    For the games, I simply listed every task the way it was expertly organized by Thomas on Geneabloggers.com. [http://xrl.in/4lz6] to there was nothing original about it. When I completed the task, I just linked or added information explaining my work.

    Anytime I get too proud of my organizational skills I just look at this: http://xrl.in/4ox3
    Wow, the proud vanishes fast!

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