Managing Lists of Boat Projects
I have always used lists to maintain some semblance of organization. Now I keep my lists on my iPad and my iPhone—of course they are synchronized using iCloud. When I make a change to a list on my iPhone it automatically updates the same list on my iPad. My work on these boat projects is primarily evenings and weekends and my boat is about 1/2-hour away from our home by car--so, organization is important.
At the end of October 2013, I have 57 projects on my future boat project list and I have 37 projects on my completed boat project list. This may sound like I am pretty far along in terms of preparation but most of the completed projects are smaller ones that I could tackle and get them out of the way. I am currently working on about 4 or 5 projects that are broken down in steps on the intermediate list—of course, these are also listed on the completed list. For example, I am about ready to order my new fuel tank and it takes 4 to 6 weeks to deliver. The fuel tank replacement project is currently broken down into steps on my intermediate list.
|Screen shot of a list on my iPad|
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