Enough space for classic scribbles, illustrations and all your ideas.
Use it for sketching stuff or space to go wild during a boring phone call.
File the list, if you need to.
Support for type and dates to categorize your list.
Always keep track.
» Write down the tasks or items » Mark when you start » Cross when you’re done
Nothing, really nothing gets lost.
No matter how well you set up your to-do list, you’ll only get things done if you don’t lose them when you turn the page.
Draw a circle around the transfer-icon – and copy it to the next page later.
How do you get the tasks done?
1. Break it up – split big projects into smaller tasks
2. Prioritize ruthlessly – focus on your big 3
3. Plan ahead – use the evening before to plan your day ahead
4. Be realistic – match your list to your time and energy
Making lists is a pretty personal thing – but we all know the great feeling of crossing a task.
A well managed to-do list acts as a guiding light for your day.
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