The sun is shining, the birds are singing and we have a new year on hand. What to do, what to do?
Make lists, of course!
Lists get me through life. I have always had a terrible memory for stuff I’m supposed to get done, and I have boxes full of used notebooks full of life’s minutiae from years past. Today’s new notebook came to me from lovely chair Camille Netherton and the rest of the SiWC board, and I look forward to filling it up in style.
But this year, I am going to try something different. In the spirit of the success that writer Kathy Chung [and others!] have had with The Famous Yahtzee Method, I’m going to go a step further this year. Making a list is just step one. SCHEDULING the items on the list — now THAT is the challenge! This is my task today — to sort out a reasonable schedule within which to fit at least some of the items on my various lists.
Not sure how it’s going to work out. I’ll report back for sure. If you want to join me in this endeavour — please do! I’d like to hear how you get organized for a new year — list, schedule… or something else? Feel free to share in the comments! And however you do it — welcome to 2015. It’s been the best day of the year so far, wouldn’t you say?