Macy McNeely

How To: The Game Day List

How To: The Game Day List

I have been posting more of what I do in the morning to center my thoughts and intentions for the day. My IG fam has really enjoyed it! Because of my Daily Deposit™practice the Game Day List is a huge part of my daily routine.

I get so many questions like: “Macy, what is the game day list? How does it work?”

Well, in my mind, every day is game day in the game of life. The first step to making a game day list is to list out 5 important tasks that are not automatic to your routine. This is not the same as your to do list. It’s 5 things that are HARD for you to do.


For example: if you work out daily, you can’t write “exercise” on your game day list. But, if exercising is hard for you and you want to make working out a part of your daily routine, that could be on your list!

Another example could be”Laundry.” It doesn’t have to be a huge, time-consuming task.

It will be different for everyone and it may be different for each day.

Something to remember is that you may write “exercise” on your Game Day list for 6 months straight. The moment it feels like a natural part to your routine and is a habit for you, take it off of your Game Day list, to make room for more hard tasks that you want to get better at.

On the weekends, I write more household duties on my Game Day list, as those aren’t as natural to me as something like exercise or checking my email.

At the bottom of the page, you will see the W/L (win/lose) section. If you complete your entire game day list, write a “W”. If not, write an “L”. Be honest and remain encouraged. This section isn’t to discourage you, it’s simply a tracking system to boost your self growth. If you get an ‘L’ today, you will likely be motivated to get the ‘W’ tomorrow. Focus on winning the week overall.

This will help you feel accomplished. The real benefit is a fresh feeling of confidence as you crush the hard parts of your day!

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