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an interruption of regular procedure or of public peace

a condition of intense public interest or excitement

busy and useless activity

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According to a study, spending five minutes writing a to-do list could be all it takes to fall asleep faster.
You can add collaborators and give to-dos locations.
Psychologist Professor Scullin, who is director of the Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Laboratory at Baylor, said: "We live in a 24/7 culture in which our to-do lists seem to be constantly growing and causing us to worry about unfinished tasks at bedtime.
The best part about Microsoft To-Do is it's built on Office 365, so users can expect Outlook integration when it officially launches.
Do the hard stuff first (or the easy stuff): Lots of people like to tackle the hardest tasks on their daily to-do list first.
after you've completed at least one of your critical to-do items-
The app lets you create to-do lists with multiple actionable subtasks, reminders and due dates, and then organizes the to-do lists.
After adding a to-do in the task list, you can further define its execution into parts as subtasks.
Second, they should break down those goals into discrete steps that they can achieve within one year; this can be their annual to-do list.
First off, for those just looking for a simple note taking app or to-do list manager, take heed: Projectbook is probably not for you.
The proposed trick that makes this method more useful in real life, is to choose the right sort of tasks for the top of your to-do list.
Managing people with varying interests and skill sets can be a challenge, but carefully planning and prioritizing human resource (HR) management tasks can help ensure that today's HR to-do lists do not become tomorrow's HR crises.
When it comes to gray areas on your holiday to-do list, there is no need to send a card.