To-do list book.

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    Test load from my iphone using Flickit.
    Thats my hipster PDA, to-do list, whatever you call it.
    It become my rough-boo, where i just paint all rubbish on it... and of coz, i m using recycle paper. After the damage, i will keep those pages which i think its useful to me, and discard the rest. Supply for this notebook is endless... just pop by any office, and ask them to donate some recycle paper to you, and this book just keep going.

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    1. hsg_36 64 months ago | reply

      Let me have the steps to create your short lists, and what criteria you use to add (or subtract) names from that list. Can you give me some insight about your step-1-2-3 process?

      How do you keep a running list of “maybes” and then narrow things down with granular research? Do you screen obsessively to get your list jump-started? Which tools do you use to hammer your way down to that short list?

      Come out in the open and tell me more

    2. MikeGrace 64 months ago | reply

      Absolutely love it! Used it on my blog at ccna.michaelgrace.org/what-can-a-ccna-do/

    3. koalazymonkey 64 months ago | reply

      Hi casandmike,
      please, help yourself with the photo.
      I hope my photos serve well on your blog
      :D Thank you for dropping by.

    4. thebelist [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

      I am hoping to use your photo in a featured blog at www.thebelist.com. I love it and it conveys exactly our feel for our message. Your work is incrediable. I really like your no sliding photo and slipper. Excellent and interesting work.

      I am on Twitter as thebelist. Are you?

      Carol@thebelist.com

    5. Salon de Maria 61 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Justin, for the use of your photo! I've used it in a blog post about how to manage time.

    6. myredsari 59 months ago | reply

      I've used it too...on my blog about planning a modern South Asian wedding. Thanks!

    7. koalazymonkey 59 months ago | reply

      hmm.. thanks for using my picture.. but apparently, i cant see you blog..
      you might want to share with me again. Thank you.

    8. koalazymonkey 59 months ago | reply

      Thanks Darren for the update :)
      Hope more blog can be like you, by giving me a link on their blog here after using the picture.

      Thanks again.

    9. Rob Swatski 56 months ago | reply

      Great image! I used your photo on a post about academic scheduling and time management (the online browser app, TeuxDeux) on my college's Professional Development blog. Thanks! Rob

      HACC York Professional Development
      haccyorkprofdev.blogspot.com/2010/07/two-organization-ide...

    10. athousanddates 45 months ago | reply

      Fabulous photo - I can't stop looking at the beautiful colours. I've used it to illustrate one of my blog posts - athousanddates.wordpress.com/2011/06/29/the-haves-and-blo...

      Thanks again.

    11. Mark Bateman UK 34 months ago | reply

      Hi. I've used your image on my latest article. I've linked you at the bottom of the page. I trust this is ok. I also changed the colour to blue. If it's not ok let me know and I will remove it.

      Are Shoulds Killing Your Business?

      Many thanks,

      Mark

    12. koalazymonkey 34 months ago | reply

      Great article ! Thanks for sharing your website with me !! I am i can be part of your website :)

    13. The Biz Advisors 31 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the CC license on your work. We used this picture in a recent blog article: "Is The To-do List Dead?"

    14. nevindavid 10 months ago | reply

      Thank you for posting these images under creative commons license. We've used your image at www.madridwritersclub.com/2014/04/16/6-rules-of-writing-l...

    15. kung.nikki 3 weeks ago | reply

      hello, Can I use your picture for my education materials? thanks :)

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