My morning must be the same each day, or I suffer from severe confusion. Coffee is made the night before to auto-brew at 6:00am. I lumber into the kitchen, pour life-giving java directly into my to-go mug to save time later, turn on the news, and settle in to check my lists. Lists are BIG with me. They are how I
operate function. It’s part of being ADD – given the opportunity to think about ice cream, bunnies, riding bikes, and the mysteries of the universe – I will. Absolutely. And I will not think about what I need to get done today.
So step three is my Orchestra. It’s an app, and a website – they instantly update each other with whatever you add on either your phone or laptop. It helps me organize. It texts me AND emails me. On my phone? I can talk to it!! It lets me assign crap to other people, and then it texts them their tasks and due date (this is AMA-ZA-ZING for work and Honey-Do Lists). It organizes things by priority. I can make as many different lists as I want. I can change stuff as often as I need to. It’s so simple I can use it before I even have my coffee. AND IT’S FREE. I sort of have a major crush on my Orchestra app. I wish I could buy it a beer and a cheeseburger.
Day 9: Daily Routine