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Move Tasks From Your To-Do List to an ‘I Did’ List

It can change your whole outlook

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BBeing a freelance writer, I’m free to create my own schedule each day, which usually means I work on a jumble of projects until I go to bed. I’ll cross one item off my to-do list, just to replace it with another. I’m never “done,” which often leaves me anxious…

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N.A. Turner

N.A. Turner

I write about writing & creativity. Short story writer and novelist. Amazon best-selling author. Free eBook with writing tips: bit.ly/TurnerMail

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