I put the tickets in a labeled envelope in my filing cabinet under "tickets."
Three weeks early? I don't think I've ever bought tickets early!
I usually just toss them on my desk and then I do something with them as I get closer to the show.
I throw the tickets in my bag right after I buy them and I don't think about them again until the day before the show.
I have one list at home and one list at work, but I rarely pay attention to them because they're too overwhelming.
I use a combination of a written to-do list and an electronic task list that's linked to my computerized calendar.
Sometimes I scribble something on a piece of scrap paper but I'm not a real 'to-do list' kind of person.
I keep an ongoing to-do list in a designated notebook. I re-copy my list every day.
Once in a while I will take a bit of time off to do something fun, but I always feel like there's something else I should be doing.
I don't remember. I'm always too swamped to do stuff like that.
Once in a while I'll take time off from work and daily tasks, but something always backfires. I feel like I can't relax without something going wrong.
I'll take time to hang out with my kids, but I always have my Blackberry with me.
I have an alert that tells me when I receive an email, so I check my email every time there's a new message.
I check my inbox three times at my designated 'email checking' times.
I check back and forth about once an hour, but I try to resist being pulled in to responding to emails until I have a set block of time to work on email.
Every two minutes.
I write my idea down on a piece of paper, but it usually ends up being shredded in the dryer.
I write it down and store it in a folder labeled 'ideas' that I check every month or so.
I think about the idea for a bit but then I forget all about it.
I write my idea in a notebook, but it usually just sits in there.
Yes and no. I think I could use a bit more time to focus on the things that are important to me, but who couldn't?
I don't know
I don't know what a purpose-led life looks like.