Life in 2015 is no joke! It's more complicated and busy than every before, and it feels as if there is always something to do be done. I was taught that to do lists are the perfect way to keep track of what needs to be accomplished on a daily basis. I even used to work for productivity giant, Franklin Covey. As part of my employment I was sent to one of their time management seminars. I loved the program so much that I stayed a yearly Franklin Covey planner customer for years.
As I transitioned into married life, and from my twenties to my thirties I found it less and less enjoyable to keep up with what needed to be done. It felt like a burden to daily makes lists, mark them in order of importance, and to constantly move items to the next day that were not completed.
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