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1. Write an article about the benefits of lists.

Even if you’re not a person who likes to plan, lists are an amazing tool in helping to keep on top of our mental health — and are especially valuable right now, whilst there’s a lot going on (even if there’s not a lot going on).

1. Get stuff out of your head

2. Break things down into smaller chunks

3. Prioritise things

4. Celebrate crossing them off

5. Don’t do too much

6. Put yourself on your to-do list.



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Matthew Knight

Chief Freelance Officer. Strategist. Supporting the mental health of the self-employed. Building teams which work better.