40 Lists You Can Make to Organize Your Mind

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If you know me, then you know I love lists. And if you really know me, you know that my saying I only love lists is an understatement. If there’s even a slight opportunity for me to make a list, I will make a list. I can’t get enough of them! They’re organized and, well I’m already crazy about them for just that reason, but they also keep you from getting overwhelmed when life is handing you just a little too much.

So anyway, since I enjoy making lists so much, I thought I’d make a list of lists you can make.;)

1. Bad Habits You Want to Avoid

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2. Best Experiences

3. Best Things About Christmas

4. Books You Want to Read

5. Books You’ve Already Read

6. Bucket List

7. Cities You’ve Slept in at Least One Night

8. Daily Routine

9. Done List

10. Due Dates

11. Favourite Bands/Artists

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12. Favourite Foods

13. Favourite Quotes

14. Gift Ideas

15. Grocery List

16. Home Improvements

17. Ideas for Your Scrapbook/Blog/Project

18. Important Dates

19.Jobs You’ve Had so Far

20.Lessons You’ve Learned

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21. Long Term Goals

22. Monthly Expenses

23. Movies You Want to Watch

24. Movies You’ve Already Watched

25. Overrated Things

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26. Passwords

27. People Who Have Inspired You

28Personal Accomplishments

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29. Phone Apps You Use Daily

30. Places You Want to Go

31. Reasons Why You’re Awesome

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32. Recipes You Want to Try

33. Risks You’ve Taken

34. Short Term Goals

35. Things That Make You Happy

36. Things You Like About Your Partner

37. Things You Want to Get

38. Things You’re Thankful For

39. To-Do Lists

40. Weekly/Monthly/Yearly Cleaning List

Lots to choose from, lots to learn from. I think lists have a greater purpose than just making life more organized. For example, if you write down your personal accomplishments, your self worth could rise. Writing down the things you’re thankful for will possibly make you even more thankful. You get the idea!

For whatever reason life is hard for you at this very moment, try making a list. It might help!:)

P.S. If you have more list ideas to make, let me know in the comment section below.

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