The fact is, successfully completing the items on a "To Do" list is incredibly rewarding. This is a common practice of many, with great pleasure achieved in the end. When Sasha Cagen of "The To-Do list" surveyed over 600 people about their listing habits, she found that 83% of people preferred keeping a hand written list. As she puts it, "the visceral pleasure of crossing things off cannot be underestimated. And people often feel more accountable when a list is in their own handwriting" (http://www.todolistblog.com/p/surprising-to-do-list-facts.html). She writes, "It's sort of insane how much we love crossing things off!". This was her perspective discussing the results which showed that 50% of the people responding to her survey admitted to writing down tasks that they had already done, just to be able to cross them off the list "triumphantly"! Survey says: completed "to do list"=organasm.
In today's postmodern era, it only makes sense to research the best tools to organize goals on the go. Below are a list of sites that can get you started at finding the perfect app to keep you on track. Whether your highest achievement is finishing the laundry, finding a new hobby, or establishing a plan for your financial future, there definitely is an app for that!