I'm here to learn. I've read with sacred interest the full-of-useness book of Claire Diaz-Ortiz "The Present Principle" ─ even her Pinterest's to-do lists are interesting, but I've known her by the Pope on Twitter initiative on 12.12.12 <grin>.
Now I'm at the Schedule part of the issue. But today I forgot several things:
1. I did go to sleep at 7 am (yes, it's a long story..)
2. "Sunday" isn't at the same level of "work".
3. Laziness. Has been fatal today. I was on sofa with pc, searching for the right blog, doing the right list of projects I have to work on.
The conseguence has been that I thought to the "Present" blog in the day, I wrote down a nice to-do list, but I didn't do the tasks on the to-do list. Also I didn't open the main PC and worked only with the secondary pc. This can be fixed as a stand-alone point:
> Working with the secondary pc is good for reading, discovering new sites and arguments (a potential waste-time activity) or joking around with social media. But not to do hard work. At least not at home.
So, after reading and viewing some videos on Politics (the main argument in Italy at the moment), commenting on Facebook and responding to phone, only at midnight I can "finally" go to do some hard work on the main pc. That's really late as a "morning express"!
Conclusions. The first day of Schedule was a disaster. Like the other ones before Claire's principles. But. I started to manage this thing in my mind and onto paper, and I finally got my scheduling diary, with all the to-dos written ordinately.
Tomorrow is Monday: tomorrow is another day! And will be better. I'll win this battle. :)
A very interesting article is I’m Tim Ferriss, and This Is How I Work