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Ingredients

1 Notebook
1 Pen

Nutritional information

Appreciation
Perspective
Balance
Awareness
Positivity

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It always seems impossible until it is done. — Nelson Mandela

  • 10 minutes
  • Serves 1
  • Easy

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Directions

From “to-do” to “done”.

To-do lists, especially bucket lists, can motivate and inspire us to take action, but they can also leave us feeling short-changed and overwhelmed when it comes to a sense of fulfilment and accomplishment at work and in life.

Issue 21 of Flow magazine invites you to counterbalance the negative effects of “to-do” lists by compiling a “done list”. The action of noting down what you have already accomplished and experienced enables you to reflect on your past, appreciate your present, and ultimately boost your sense of wellbeing. “From the journeys you have made, jobs you have had, people you have met or even a dance you enjoyed with someone, if something made you feel good, taught you something, made you shed a fear or whatever, it’s worth noting down.”

*Image © Greta Rossi

Steps

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Done

To-Do List

Start by preparing your to-do list, be this your daily tasks at work, your goals for the week/month, your intentions for the year, or your life bucket list.

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Done

Done List

Along with your to-do list, also compile your done list, to remind yourself of the tasks accomplished by the end of the day, the goals achieved at the end of your week/month, the experiences lived in the year...

Greta Rossi

Chief Empathy Officer at Akasha Innovation. Co-founder of ImpactAimers and Recipes for Wellbeing. Regional Coordinator for Ashoka's ChangemakerXchange. Youth coach and FRSA.

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