Many Unclutterer readers have confessed in the past that they love making lists. I, too, enjoy a good list. They’re systematic. Predictable. Effective.
Last week I learned about Printable Checklist, a website that exists for the sole purpose of basic list making. There are very few bells, and even fewer whistles.
If you have a need to make a list, it will meet that need. Items for your children to remember to take to school, groceries for your spouse to pick up after work, routines for the baby sitter to follow — whatever list you need to make, Printable Checklist will make it.
Instead of printing it directly to paper, print it to PDF and save it on your hard drive for future or repeated use. Check out our directions for printing to PDF if you’ve never printed a file in this way.
Sure, there are other programs that do similar tasks. But, this one is easy. You can teach your young children how to use it in just a few seconds. You can teach yourself to use it without a tutor. And, it’s a lot cleaner than writing out a list by hand if someone else needs to read the information. Often, simple solutions are good solutions.