My love affair with to-do lists, particularly post-it notes is well documented. And it seems that love is genetic. It’s practically hard-wired into my daughter’s DNA.
But this child of mine takes productivity planning to a whole new level. Check out the wall of my six year old’s bedroom…
Think that’s a bit over the top? Wait till you see it up close…
Honestly, I think this had been going on for weeks before I even noticed. The collection grew over time, when I wasn’t looking. And by “when I wasn’t looking” I mean at 6:30 every morning when Sarah jumps out of bed, makes her bed, and then gets to work on her to do list for the day.
By the way, have you heard that making your bed actually makes you more productive in your day? I think our lovably neurotic Pi’bears is onto something.
I love that most of her lists start with the words “BIG THINGS”. I think I might be guilty of titling some of my lists that way.
I also love that she made herself a note to sew the hole in her pants back together. She tried to tell me that it was up to me to remember that small little task, but I begged to differ. I guess she got the point!
But the to do lists that include supply lists as well are the ones that really make my organizational heart sing.
Now, does anyone need a kaleidescope, a house of junk or a pair of binoculars? All made out of cardboard of course.
Because aside from productivity, cardboard is Sarah’s chief love language.