Monday Quiz 22

Acting Balanced1. July is National Ice Cream month – are you celebrating?

Definitely. Craving a Cold Stone right now.

coldstone

2. What is your favorite rainy day activity?

Listening to the sound of falling rain and enjoying the cool.

3. What is the one book from High School that you remember reading most? Why?

Little Women was one that I re-read it a few times. I just never got tired of it. I remember wishing someone would buy me the rest of the series for my birthday but sadly no one did 🙁 .

4. Have you ever visited Charleston, SC?

Never been there but SC looks like a place I’d like to visit from the pictures I’ve seen posted on some of your blogs.

5. Your question…

If you had a long to-do list, how would you go about tackling it without stressing yourself out too much?

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6 Comments

  • Suzanne McClendon

    If I had a long to-do list, although it isn’t the recommended way of doing things, I would start with the quick, easy things and probably hope that the not-so-quick-and-easy things would somehow fall off of the list. The general “rule”, however, says to do the more intensive things first to get them out of the way.

    Good thing I’m not a general!

    I hope that you’ll get to go to South Carolina some day. Two places that you should put on your list of things to do there are: 1. Travel the Blue Ridge Parkway (most beautiful in the fall), and 2. visit Charleston and walk the Battery (beautiful year round!).

    Have a great week!

  • Marti

    I love lists. I always prioritize what has to be done and start at the top. So even though I may not finish the list, I will have always done at least one important thing. There is always tomorrow’s list.

  • Judy

    I give mt to-do list to D H. My biggest projects are knitting and crocheting for the family. Love both the Blue Ridge and Battery Park. They are a must see.

  • Lisa

    To-Do Lists make me insane. I am never able to tackle one without totally stressing out, then finishing it, wondering why I stressed out, then promising not to stress out next time. Lather, rinse, repeat. LOL. 😳

  • Kathy

    I’d mix the list up, and alternate the easier things with harder ones, then set myself a goal of when to have the list finished by.