Sunday, 23 June 2013 15:46

Teen Advice: Organizing Tasks

Written by  Adam Hebe – Kid Kulinaire Columnist and Resident Teen
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Have you ever been grounded because you forgot to clean your room? Just doesn’t seem fair, does it? Well, one way to help solve that is to write it down and make a list of the things you need to do. All you have to do is grab a piece of paper and write three separate columns: Absolute Musts, Musts, and Wants.

For example: In the Absolute Musts column, you could write down a list of chores that you are responsible for, like the dishes or laundry. In the Musts column you can write down things like taking a shower. For the Wants column, the list would include things like hanging out with your friends or watching a movie. This will not only help you organize your day, but keep you from getting in trouble with your parents.

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