Thursday, August 11, 2011

A Pretty To-Do List

My to-do list is looking pretty long these days, but it's okay because it's all fun stuff (well, mostly). Or is that what I keep telling myself to keep it manageable? I don't know about you, but I find I'm much more productive when I have a visual in front me. Get it down on paper, get it done. I've even been known to add something to my list after I've done it just so I can cross it off - so. satisfying.

Somehow that list is even more enjoyable when it's on pretty paper. I got this 'Quit Procrastinating: STUFF TO DO" paper pad from modernemotive. Organization made pretty, love it.

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Any other list makers out there?

12 comments:

  1. I'm totally a compulsive list maker, especially at work. I need pretty paper like yours!

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  2. Love this note pad! I'm most def. a list maker. If I don't put it down on paper, it just swirls around in my head - not a pretty sight!!!
    Have a fabulous weekend Christine ;)

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  3. holla! I so need my to-do list to be visual... now hurry up and pick those nursery fabrics so you can share with the rest of us ;)

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  4. I most definitely need to get me one of those! xx

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  5. What a great notepad! I work so much better with to-do lists as well...especially pretty ones like this! Have a lovely Friday! Xo, Katie

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  6. I love lists!!! And crossing things off! Cute paper! - Emilija

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  7. I need one of these ASAP. I think the words up top alone could inspire me to get a move on! xo

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  8. Such a darling pad! I'm always making lists-personal to dos, grocery lists, work to dos....

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  9. Well I think its a pretty to-do list because your handwriting is awesome!

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  10. I have two version of those note pads and as a compulsive list maker - I LOVE them! The grocery version is fantastic.

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  11. what a cute pad. i used to be really obsessive compulsive about lists and being organized but i've become a little more relaxed (read: lazy) after our travels.

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