RABBITIER

Nope, I never do tire of hunting down cute for Monday's post.  This bunny, well, heck if it didn't bring a little grin to your face I am not sure if I can be of any assistance.  I hope you all had a nice weekend, as usual I was trying to will Sunday to last a wee bit longer, no matter how hard I try I can't seem to make the darn day last longer. I was putting my schedule together for the week and it looks like it shall be a busy one.  I have always been more of a pen and paper type of schedule maker but now that the projects are multiplying (read piling up) I feel I need to have something more computer based, something with a timer-slash-bullhorn mechanism that will go off and let me know it's time to move on to the next task.  I am usually pretty organized and can juggle my time quite adeptly but with everything going on I need to keep each project on course and I tend to get lost in each task then want to flog myself later because I know that means my work day runneth over to a work night.  I so envy people that set there work hours and only work within that time frame, who are you magical people and how can I get you to rub some of your time mojo on moi? How do you keep your schedule? Paper, computer, memorization, personal assistant?  Do you have a secret to not just working yourself to death?  Do tell....Happy Monday!

Pink Ronnie (July 25, 2011 at 3:30 AM)  

I use Things to keep on top of all the tasks I need to do, both business and personal. it's a great app that syncs with iPhone and allows you to organise by projects or area. I think then iCal to 'schedule' those tasks...
Ronnie xo

Kim at Yellow Brick Home (July 25, 2011 at 12:52 PM)  

I use the highly complicated system of "Stickies" on my laptop!

I do, however, keep a paper Excel spreadsheet for my pet paintings, in which I fill in my client and pet names with descriptions by hand, then check 'em off as I finish each one.

Love that bunny. Love.

Miss B. (July 25, 2011 at 9:55 PM)  

Oh Ronnie, thank you for sharing, I shall look into that, thank you!

Kim, you have a much more fun job then myself, pet paintings are a fab way to earn a living. I have been wanting to be a pet photographer when I grow up myself;)

PJ (July 26, 2011 at 12:07 AM)  

ha! i posted a bunny photo today, too!

as for organizing: laptop + moleskine + blackberry + iCal + outlook + post its + lists, lists, lists! (i may be overdoing it a bit, though.)

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