You are probably asking yourself by now then how do I keep track of daily activities. Do not worry you are not alone as I keep asking myself the same question. I have tried making lists, but I failed at keeping to it. Do not even get me started on schedules and timetables. Throughout school when my peers organised their study time by creating timetables I tried my hand at it, but it never worked for me. No matter what I did, I could never stick to such a rigid schedule. By now you figured I studied my subjects based on how I felt, which was a good thing as I got more work done. However, I would find I might spend too much time on one subject to the detriment of the others.
My inability to be organised spilled over into my work life. I failed miserably at being organised especially with record keeping. I would start out on a positive note each month but by the second week I am back to being my disorganised self. You should know that despite this I never missed a deadline.
Then I entered the blogging world. What was I thinking? I started with reading the books I owned, which was great, but then I decided I wanted a greater reach and as a result I signed up with a few tour companies. OMG! That was the biggest mistake a disorganised person like me could have done. Well to cut a long story short, I discovered the error of ways and now I limit the number of tours in which I participate.
Lists and schedules do not work for me. If I even prepare a list of set up a schedule but before you can say the word organise they get thrown out the door. I have given upon those. I have tried using Google calendar; it works to a point but it is not enough for me to suddenly become the poster child for the word organise.