by Lee Wyatt
(last updated July 14, 2016)
Have you ever had the problem where, no matter how many task lists you create, you never seem to get things under control? Instead of being able to see the list get smaller, you instead see the list get larger. That is, if you can even find the list itself, and don't have to start all over? A task list, or "to-do" list, will only work if you maintain it properly. Unfortunately, maintaining a task list is a slightly different task than making one. To begin properly maintaining your next task list, follow these simple guidelines.
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