Here we are, the last installment of my four part series on the Eisenhower Method for Chronics. Thank you for joining me on this journey. Let’s wrap this up, shall we?
In this post, I will share about the Someday portion of the method. In most of the charts and explanations I have found on this sort of planning, this becomes the trash section. I want to think of it as the “when I have the extra energy, I would like to get this done” list. Someday, I would like to “watch the Netflix documentary on Minimalism” or “I need to organize my DVD’s”. See where I’m going with this?
For myself, if it doesn’t have a spot to write it down, it’s lost to the cosmos forever. Then again, I get lost trying to find my ass. I offer one additional piece of advice to accompany this list. Keep a notebook to store your Someday list. It will be there for those days that you want to feel productive but need a task that won’t zap you right out of spoons.
I want to thank you all how have joined me on this little journey of planning for chronics. I truly hope this has become a valuable tool to keep you on track.
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