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To Get Yourself Organized, Create a ‘Rainy Day List’

A simple and highly effective way of getting things done when you have zero desire to do them

There are a few items on my Things To Do list that never seem to get crossed off. I’m sure plenty of others have a similar problem; you want to feel organized and see your workload decrease. But when it comes to getting around to finishing these little tasks like organizing your desktop files or sorting the mail, it just doesn’t get done. Because if I’m being honest with myself here…




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