Lists, Lists, Everywhere are Lists

I am a list person. I think in lists. I stay organized with bulleted lists. Lists, lists, lists…

CCC licensed flickr work

CCC licensed flickr work

To do this month:

  • Get back into blogging mode!
  • Read Organizational Culture and Leadership chapters before class at the end of the month
  • Reread data chapters before co-teaching weekly admin credential classes
  • Maintain websites (work, personal, etc.)
  • Heal my back… rest, meditation, yoga, etc.
  • Walk 10,000 every day
  • Go to the beach!
  • Stay on the healthy bandwagon
  • Clean! There is always something to clean (laundry, house, office, car)
  • Catch up with old friends
  • Celebrate my birthday!
  • Chill out once in awhile!


Do you think in lists?

What are you most looking forward to this month?

About Amy's Reflections

Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services in Southern CA, taking time to reflect on leadership and learning
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6 Responses to Lists, Lists, Everywhere are Lists

  1. Veronica says:

    I guess I’m not the only one with lists. I plan and organize with lists, It’s what keeps me going and making sure i accomplish as much as possible. Of course, cleaning is always at the bottom and doesn’t always get done

  2. Lauren says:

    Yes! I love lists! Mine are usually scattered on post it notes, but I need to digitize them somehow. I’m most looking forward to crossing 10,000 steps a day off my list of things to do and the feeling of routine with my students and co-workers.

  3. litchick66 says:

    I used to be a list person. I would make lists on my day planner, lists on my teacher’s planning books, etc. Ten years later, I have learned to think more in chunks of time. While I might not accomplish smaller, less important details or large, expensive home improvements, I have found it to be an effective time management tool for the day to day events I find of importance. I block off time for reading, exercise, cooking, writing/reflecting, work, rest, etc. I do, however, utilize short lists within my blocks of time!.

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