Do you have lots of TO-DO THOUGHTS rumbling away in your brain?
If so, it might just be that time to DECLUTTER YOUR MIND through an exercise that takes all of 5 minutes!
Grab a huge blank piece of paper and make columns or use your notebook/journal, and write these TITLES at the top of 3 pages:
Set your timer for 5 mins. and then write away!
But wait! What happens afterward?
Before we talk about the benefits, here is a quick example of what's on each of my lists:
On my must do's, I jotted down important errands, appointments, calls, and daily household chores. I have my teaching and grading schedules highlighted as well as my ministry daily FUN-do's. [This may be your longest list.]
On my wanna do list, I've jotted down hiking and taking a mini-vacay. I value spending time with my family and friends, so I scribble this down. I also have a few physical health goals like consuming less sugar, guzzling down those 80 ounces of water each day, and maintaining 4 days of higher impact, cardio, and strength building exercises!
In the future, I'd like to get my trip to Peru researched and planned as well as make headway on a few ministry business goals.
A few benefits of writing down our to-do THOUGHTS?
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