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Ahh it’s here … Derby Week is here! But before it’s all hats, dresses and race prep, I’ve got to get some work done. I’m hoping to knock out a week’s worth of work knocked out in a couple days so I can spend the rest of the week celebrating the best time to be in Kentucky!
As much as I love everything digital, there’s something about paper that I can’t live without. Seriously, I’ve made it to the office, only to turn around and go back when I realized that I forgot my planner. There’s no chance I will be productive for even a minute unless I’ve had a chance to write out my to-do list. There’s something about putting the list on paper that helps me focus and hone in on what really needs to be done.
I like to mix in big to-do’s and smaller, easy items to knock out and tackle them one by one. And even if I don’t get to the end, there’s something so satisfying about checking things off one after the other.
Some Sundays, I even try to find time to make my Monday to-do list so I can focus in without distractions (well, obviously I wait until the kids are asleep because they are a swarm of distractions). Today I’m trying to get mine together so I don’t lose track of t