It is the middle of February and I haven't written a blog post since the beginning of January and I sit here wondering where the time has gone. I could give excuses as to my absence; a challenging year at work, a new house to get used to, an older cat that hunts a younger cat like I live in the wild kingdom (sounds ridiculous but it's true), but in reality 'life happens' to all of us.
I feel like everyone has these situations that make them feel like they lose time like this but we should set priorities; the important habits that shouldn't suffer no matter how insane our lives get and no matter how difficult it is to juggle our responsibilities. Sometimes, we just need moments like these to reevaluate our priorities. I started to notice that I wasn't looking at my "to do" app as regularly as usual and I have weekly tasks that I have automatically go into my "to do" app but, embarrassingly, I started to notice me ignoring or deleting them from the app if I wasn't in the mood to do it!
For someone as habitual as I tend to be, this is very uncommon! This could be an issue with using the wrong app. Do It (Tomorrow) is a great and intuitive app that I have used for a long time but maybe since I have switched from Evernote to the Googleverse (most recently adding Google Keep for the final notes that Evernote was still being used for) since that one app is not connected to the rest, it keeps my "to dos" unconnected (especially since I put many to dos into Google Keep also).
These all seem like details, but you know the saying, the devil is in the details! All of these tiny details can easily throw you off when you rely on your habits! What suggestions do you have to consolidate all of these to do lists and remember these daily/weekly priority tasks like blogging?