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Re: How do you keep track?


one of those little voic recorder things... puch the
button and leave yourself a message-- you can make a
list later in the day and have your computers calendar
remind you! :)

Donna

--- james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net> wrote:

> I have a separate computer in the garage next to the
> garden stuff. The 
> only program on that computer is "Anytime Deluxe," a
> good calendar 
> program. I try to enter [and schedule] those brain
> storms whenever I go 
> get another tool, fertilizer, or bug spray. I don't
> remember 
> everything, of course, but enough to keep me busy
> most of the time.
> 
> On Feb 17, 2006, at 11:46 AM, Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95
> CG/SCSRT wrote:
> 
> > Last weekend as I was doing all my raking and
> clean-up, I kept seeing 
> > things
> > that needed attention but I couldn't do right
> then. Everything from "I
> > really ought to divide those bulbs this summer" to
> "dig out that 
> > volunteer
> > tree".
> > I have a terrible memory; so it's hard for me to
> keep all these jobs 
> > in my
> > head. Especially something that's not going to hit
> my eye immediately 
> > next
> > time I go out. I tried bringing out a writing pad
> and every time I'd 
> > think
> > of something I'd write it down. But what a PITA!
> Drop the tools, take 
> > off
> > the gloves, walk over to the paper, write it down,
> back to work. It 
> > really
> > interrupts the flow. But I can't think of any
> other practical method.
> > What do you all do when there's too much work, and
> you need to keep 
> > track?
> >
> > Cyndi
> >
> >
>
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