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This page contains some examples of To-Dos to help you develop your own.
These sample To-Dos deal with monetary one-time tasks such as banking, paying bills, and filing taxes.
Health-related examples of To-Dos include tasks relating to exercise, medications, vitamins, fitness equipment, and well-being.
These housework-related sample To-Dos involve one-time tasks that can help with the ongoing cleaning and maintenance of your living area.
These Sample To-Dos focus on your well-being such as rewards, relaxation, hobbies, learning new skills, and keeping involved socially.
For students, To-Dos can be time savers and time management tools. These are examples of one-time tasks that need to be completed for school.
Sample To-Dos dealing with aspects of your occupation can include project management, career building, and work scheduling.
Players may find it useful to add one-time tasks to their To-Dos. Like a normal To-Do list, items added here are meant to be taken care of, marked off, and forgotten about. To-Dos can be used as a quick way to make notes about tasks that need to be taken care of when on the go, or make sure that certain steps in a project are done.
There are a few guidelines that can help a player decide whether an item should be a To-Do or a Daily. Put a task in the To-Do section if:
- You do not want to do it every day / It does not need to be done every day
- You do not want to incur a loss of health points for failing to do it
- You are not interested in building this task into a habit
Again, tasks created as To-Dos are either one-time-only tasks or very infrequent tasks. For instance, calling a plumber would be a To-Do, while taking out the trash might be better off as a Daily set to be active once a week.