Does that one green m&m bother the hell out of you and make your chest tighten up or make you feel trapped and frustrated? 
After seeing a video on OCD I realized that I had all the symptoms in my younger days. I still do sometimes and today was one of those days where you come home and realize "this" isn't straight and "that" isn't clean. I have to check things over and over again. It makes me so frustrated and clouded in my head. I need to find peace with it again.

Tidying Up Red Urchin

Need to tidy up Red Urchin? Not following Cycling through your day as much as you would like? Crazy turmoil and noise got the better of you? Here is 2 tips to tidy up Red Urchin.

The first is to use the “Automatic Task Forwarding” feature of Red Urchin. From the Settings menu on the ‘To Do Today’ page, you can set to move all uncompleted tasks “prior” to a particular date to a particular date. The default settings are the current date, which would move all uncompleted tasks prior to today on to today’s ‘To Do Today’ page. This is a great feature to start you pre-planning with or to start a new planning cycle with as it gives you everything previously outstanding and overdue in one list to plan with.

The second feature is to use the TIDY UP feature, which is activated by selecting the Red Urchin logo at the bottom of the ‘To Do Today’ page. Selecting the Red Urchin logo will reorder all of the tasks on your current ‘To Do today’ page only in the following order.

  • Uncompleted activities
    • Any A# activities (in numeric order)
    • Any A activities
    • Any B# activities (in numeric order)
    • Any B activities
    • Any unprioritised activities
  • Completed activities
    • Any A# activities (in numeric order)
    • Any A activities
    • Any B# activities (in numeric order)
    • Any B activities
    • Any unprioritised activities
  • Removal of any bank lines

These are key features that enable you to re-baseline/tidy up your tasks and restart you planning.

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