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Mad.Hatter

658d

Does anyone know of an app or something to keep track of things you've completed? I have it figured out for things that are the future but I want a way to track things that are already done so that I can look back and say "Oh, I cleaned the washer on this date, it's time to do it again" or "I showered last Tuesday, I need to get better about doing it more often..." I only need it for small things like that. big things stay on my calendar history that I can search.

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    • Amazonian

      658d

      I know it's not " technology based " but I have a dry erase board. One side is weekly things I get done and the other side is monthly things. And I'll add stuff or sticky notes if something else pops up. I also do a dry erase monthly calendar.

    • PandaCaptain

      655d

      Best suite of applications can help you keep track of things. A lot of folks use them for different reasons. Originally developed for brain injury, super helpful for adhd ptsd general need for organization

    • Mountain.Allie

      657d

      I don't use an app, but I do have checklists around my house that I can see multiple times a day. I have a weekly cleaning list on my fridge that is full of tasks that are ~5 mins. Every time I finish one of the tasks, I check it off. I try to have the whole list checked by Sunday.

    • JRavens67

      657d

      Honestly, I've tried using a couple different apps and they are super helpful but my problem is remembering to put stuff in it or check the notification so I have not found out that works for me yet

      • Amazonian

        657d

        @JRavens67 that's why i love the dry erase board. I have to see it every day, and add what I need to it! And mark out what I have done.

        • JRavens67

          657d

          @Amazonian you know what? I think I need to give that a try. Maybe something more in my face and hands on will be more up my alley. Thats a good idea thank you for sharing it

    • E_belli

      657d

      I use the Tiimo app. It allows you to break tasks down into smaller parts. For example cleaning your room you can break down smaller into pick up the floor, clean the desk, etc. It also allows you to schedule things on a recurring daily/weekly/monthly/specific day basis. As well, it allows you to move a task to another day if you don't finish. I think its great! Very very helpful for me. And since you're crossing more things off your list, it feels like you've actually accomplished something! Highly recommend.

    • Libarbarian

      657d

      I used the Structured app. It’s kind of like a planner/todo list, but you can add tasks at any time (even in the past) and just check them off afterwards and you’ll have a record of what you did each day

    • Amazonian

      658d

      I know it's not " technology based " but I have a dry erase board. One side is weekly things I get done and the other side is monthly things. And I'll add stuff or sticky notes if something else pops up. I also do a dry erase monthly calendar.

      • EatenByWormy

        657d

        @Amazonian Dry erase markers also work on bathroom mirrors!

        • Amazonian

          657d

          @EatenByWormy boy I know! But I needed something bigger. I'm ADD, OCD, anxiety and depression. But I cannot let it win. I have days I force myself to do things because I feel even worse when I don't get them accomplished.

    • cupcake123

      658d

      I wish I knew this too. I will try to look around it seems like a great idea

    • AKD

      658d

      I'd be interested in one too!

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