Do you ever find yourself feeling exhausted at the end of the day without actually accomplishing anything on your to-do list? It happens to the best of us. We start on one task, then get distracted by another, and before we know it, we’re completely off track. But fear not, I have a tip that I think will help you tremendously!

Whenever I sit down to work on something intentionally, I always have a blank notebook by my side. If something pops into my mind that I don’t want to forget, I write it down on the list. I call it the “Shelf” because it’s like taking something that you can’t put away right now and setting it on the shelf to look at later.

The beauty of the Shelf is that it’s really long, so you can put a lot on it. Whenever I’m working on a project and I use this method, I dump all of my ideas or thoughts onto the Shelf. This not only makes a nice list of all the things that were floating around in my head, but it also serves as a brain dump, which allows me to focus on my work without worrying about forgetting something important.

Once I’m done with the project, I can come back to the list on my Shelf and prioritize what needs to be done next. This way, I can put it into my calendar and make sure I get it done. It’s a simple yet effective way to stay organized and get things done without distraction.

So, if you’re struggling to stay on task and get things done, give the Shelf method a try. It will help you feel more focused and productive, and you’ll be amazed at how much you can accomplish in a day. Remember, you’ve got this! If you need any support along the way, I’m here for you.