20 June 2011

Making lists

Like any mom/working mom/person in the world, I have 8 million things to do, an hour to do it, and I'd really rather be drinking beer and watching the Real Housewives of...well...anywhere but here.

The past few days I've really been plowing through those things to do thanks to some really adorable to do lists my dear friend Lisa gave me. I couldn't find the lists for sale online but they are designed by Mary Kate McDevitt, who has a great etsy shop that sells some chalkboards that are very similar to the notepad I have:






























































I don't have these, but they are super cute too:



What's your go-to for to-dos? A mix of systems or something you use religiously?


3 comments:

Liz said...

Thank you for writing this blog. I came across it on Friday and have read through it from the beginning. You are inspirational - I have now transferred some of my debt to a 0% interest credit card and worked out my budget to the end of the month!

I hope your plan to pay off your debts is still going well.

Sandra said...

Nice blog!

I have a daily routine, so there's a few things to write down so I keep on track. I'm still trying to find a perfect way to keep a record so I won't neglect the important things over the urgent ones.

For now I sit down to plan my week every Monday morning before starting to work with the kids (I'm a special education teacher). I keep a planner, but have to say next year I'll make my own, mass produced ones often don't meet all the requirements.

The chalkboards are super cute! Thanks for sharing the source.

Wean said...

Hi, just found you blog and am loving it, I have a lot of reading to catch up on here.
I love to find new money saving ideas, as well as make do and mend projects.
Keep up the good work !