The Healthy Hack

The perks of list-making are countless, but to-do lists shouldn’t be utilized only at work. We provided five lists that you should keep and update systematically to be secured that you’re allocating your free time in the best way possible.

Travel Wish List

Travel Wish List

A travel wish list is pleasant to make and creating one keeps you driven and motivated because you have something to look forward to. If you are capable of traveling multiple times throughout a year, consider breaking your list into two parts – short trips and longer, more expensive trips.

Reading List

Reading List

A reading list is also amusing to make and it can be a great conversation starter with your new acquaintances. It is best to keep this list on your smart phone, so that you can access the list anytime.

The Bucket List

Bucket List

A bucket list is a commendable way to set your goals and aspirations for yourself outside the professional context. You may incorporate all sorts of things from bungee jumping, running a marathon, to attending a concert of your favorite band, to even the simple goal of going to a certain restaurant. Whatsoever the event might be, create a list and make sure to conquer it!

Shopping List

Shopping List

Building a shopping list is absolutely a practical way to compose your wardrobe and to make bright and constructive purchases. Revise this list seasonally and keep the list always available for deliberation and editing whenever needed.

Future Goals List

Future Goal List

Constructing a satisfying list of future goals, both in a personal and a professional aspect, helps us stay motivated and make prime choices. Setting your goals is believably the first and most essential blow in making sure we achieve those goals. Just like the travel list, make both short and long term goals for yourself and update them annually.