The effects of bedtime writing on difficulty falling asleep: A polysomnographic study comparing to-do lists and completed activity lists. – PsycNET

Bedtime worry, including worrying about incomplete future tasks, is a significant contributor to difficulty falling asleep. Previous research showed that writing about one’s worries can help individuals fall asleep. We investigated whether the temporal focus of bedtime writing—writing a to-do list versus journaling about completed activities—affected sleep onset latency. Fifty-seven healthy young adults (18–30) completedContinue reading “The effects of bedtime writing on difficulty falling asleep: A polysomnographic study comparing to-do lists and completed activity lists. – PsycNET”

Analog vs digital to do lists.

I don’t look at it as a versus. I have a different methodology for task and to do management. This article is good for answering these two questions. 1. Where will I dump my to do’s? 2. Where will I place them to find, prioritize and manage what I work on? Start your thinking here.Continue reading “Analog vs digital to do lists.”