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to-do

n. a commotion. They made quite a to-do about the broken window.
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We live in a 24/7 culture in which our to-do lists seem to be constantly growing and causing us to worry about unfinished tasks at bedtime," said lead study author Dr Michael K Scullin, as quoted by The Independent.
Doo makes a card out of your to-do - you give it a title, can select a deadline (and even make it recurring), and add a check list or some notes.
If the traditional list-based to-do apps have never stuck with you, but you need a bit of help organising your life, it's worth a try.
A to-do list encourages multitasking, even when research overwhelmingly finds that multitasking is ineffective.
But while doing a deep dive on iZombie (watch it-trust), reorganizing my closet (so many gray turtlenecks to sort) and brushing my cat (hi, Baby, if you're reading this) hardly shrinks my to-do list, it *does* give my brain the break it needs to be creative, contemplative and occasionally even courageous.
mc_id=AID600843_QSG_SCL_143295) To-Do , which is already available in preview mode, makes it easier for consumers to plan activities and manage a day's scheduled tasks.
Play the to-do game: I keep a project list and a master to-do list of all the things I think are important.
Or this pearl of wisdom: "Don't let love fall to the bottom of your to-do list - the turkey can wait
For many, the world has become a burdensome, complex and never-ending to-do list.
In fact, he writes "make 10 prospecting calls" at the top of the next day's to-do list.
TEHRAN (FNA)- "Not-to-do" lists are often more effective than to-do lists for upgrading performance.
Wunderlist is a free to-do list app for all your devices
Take 10 to 15 minutes each day to write a to-do list.