I love the organization of a good list. By putting the thoughts down on paper it feels like it's going to happen. It just has to. I keep lists of projects I want to do, hobbies I want to take up, places I want to go, people I want to have over for supper, new recipes I want to try, gifts I want to give people ...
I also have the ever present "To Do" list. The "To Do" list is (in theory) the most urgent. Things that need to be done now (or yesterday).
My problem is, I can't get beyond the "To Do's" into the "Want To's."
Sadly, I have realized that the "To Do" list is never going to go away. My house will never be completely organized. My windows will never all be clean. The laundry will always be there. There will always be another project on the "To Do" list.
So how do we move on to the "Want To's?"
Maybe, just maybe, we need to stop trying to finish the "To Do" list and focus on the "Want To" list instead ...
|My first edited photo - something off my "want to learn" list|