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What you have is a set of reminders which are not tied to any context. You will get a reminder to buy new batteries when you are at home, or a reminder to try a different reading style while you are at work. I could schedule reminders for various times ex 5pm - get groceries. But I can't be sure whether I'll actually be driving at that time. By doing ...
At work, I used to use a spreadsheet (then replaced with an Outlook task view.) I have columns for start date (if applies), due date (if applies), priority, effort, etc. In high school and college, I had a different system - paper. (I know, how quaint.) I had a monthly calendar and a weekly one. The reason is that in high school, I had two types of ...
Putting a low-tech reminder, or prompt, at the appropriate place can be helpful. For example, the moment you realize that you have to get groceries when driving home, you could go out to your car and put a note on the steering wheel. If that is too much work – maybe your car is parked far away – put the note somewhere else where you can't avoid ...
I recently stumbled upon todoist. https://en.todoist.com/ It is nice and easy. You can prioritise tasks, set reminders , etc. It has a default 7 day view. It has free and paid version and is multiplatform, so you can try it out.
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