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People who rule their lives with lists could be accused of listing (as in an unbalanced ship).


The following post is from an email sent to me by a good friend named Becky. In these sentences are found wisdom and contentment from a reformed list maker. She and her husband Kristian are wonderful people who have a two really great kids and live in Pennsylvania.

“Since my second child was born, I stopped making to-do lists at home, mostly because I could never cross anything off.

This has helped me a great deal to enjoy life and focus on what is happening in a given moment, rather than thinking ahead to what needs to be done next.

To all the list-makers out there, I highly recommend trying this list-less lifestyle.”



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