If they're all equally important and urgent, then you can just pick one at random and do it,
Originally Posted by seraphim
then immediately do the next one etc., without wasting any time planning or prioritizing. Or you can just choose some at random to move to Someday/Maybe.
You may also want to re-evaluate your priorities. Maybe you can you reduce your
responsibilities (quit a job, hire a babysitter, delegate work, quit a hobby,
quit as member of an organization, reduce your hours of work,
increase your hours of work if you have lots
you want to get done at work, get other family members to take over more housework, etc.) or stop doing things that used to make sense when you
used to have more time; e.g. buy meals rather than taking time to cook your
Taking a deep breath and imagining calmly accepting life without
getting X done (for each project) might help to clarify priorities. If you don't have time for
them all, then some will have to be left undone. Try thinking this in
a calm, accepting manner.
I use my "powers-of-2" system to review some items more often than others.
And then, how do you handle your Someday/Maybe list when it grows to the point where IT becomes unmanageable and difficult to review?
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