I don't know about you, but I reign queen when it comes to making lists of things that need to be done today, tomorrow and five years from now. I make them and I ultimately get stressed and distracted by them. My lists contain goals, too. And items that need to be purchased. No matter the category, some of these things have been on my list...er, lists...forever as I just can't seem to get to them. Or I ultimately lose the list, which means I forget what's actually on it.
This is why I pinned Rachel's rotating goal list. It keeps six important goals front and center. Six goals. Not 50. One list, not five:
As you can see, I've outlined some goals for this weekend, including two runs. And I'll have you know that I've already checked one goal off the list:
(I licked the spoon that put the peas in that container. Peas are good. Don't judge.)
Anyway. It was truly gratifying to remove a sticky note, only to find an empty square in its place. (So what if I replaced it with "wash floor" already.)
If you're like me and you need some help focusing sometimes, then this little project might be for you, too. You can use the list to:
A) outline household chores.
B) keep upcoming races front and center.
C) plan out your workouts.
D) remind yourself of mundane tasks that need to get done.
E) do all of the above.
Now, go...get crafty with yo' bad (and fit) self.
Question: What's the last thing you actually made, did our bought off Pinterest?