The 3-Goal Week
There is simply too much to do, yes?
I'm guessing almost everyone can relate to that statement. So what have you tried to make it all work?
Have you tried planners, new organization programs, goal-setting, resolutions, even apps that are supposed to help? And then you got excited about the new program and started off with a an enthusiastic bang, only to lose your resolve when things started to pile up? Yeah, me too.
How to Keep Track of Everything At Once
I find that keeping up with everything I have to do in any given week is difficult. Making lists and putting things on a calendar helps, but still it can be hard to juggle the different types of tasks such as work, home, personal stuff, errands, and appointments. You may have even more categories I haven't listed here.
It's pretty near impossible to operate on any given day without multitasking. With the explosion of technology, people have become used to talking on a cell phone while driving or walking, sitting at a desk and working on a paper and pencil task while glancing at email or tracking Facebook, cooking dinner and doing laundry at the same time, or any number of other scenarios that are familiar to us all.
It’s easy to get quite overwhelmed when you have a lot to do, especially if there are timelines involved and your list covers many different areas of your life. Most of us have work stuff, house stuff, kid stuff, relationship stuff, and any number of other things that come up periodically like getting the oil changed in the car, renewing your auto tag, making brownies for the fund raiser at school, etc. You get the picture.