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How a 'Later List' Can Help You Manage Chronic Illness

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Before pain dominated my life, I devoured productivity books. I constantly focused on getting more things done, setting goals and accomplishing them, doing things people said would be impossible for me to do (and the more they said it, the more it egged me on). Now that pain is a constant reality for me, I’m applying those same productivity principles but for a different purpose.

I want to be able to manage my condition well, to have some level of output even if it wasn’t my old level. I probably will write about productivity and illness other times, so this time I will focus on one tool only: the later list. Simply put, a “later list” is where you write down things you might do in the future but not committing to right now.

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