Aline, there are things that seems easy to answer, except they don´t.
This is a case in point, I think.
I, for one, would use "things to do
" instead of "things I have to do." Why is that? because if I use that expression, one automatically knows that "those are things that I have to do".
A "to do list." = a list of things that I have to do.
So, things (that) I have to do sounds nice to our Brazilian ears, but to natives it´s a bit redundant, they favour shorter sentences, to them it´s more natural. Anyway, I wouldn´t say you are wrong grammatically, just that it´s not the most natural way.http://cdn.sheknows.com/articles/2014/0 ... ows008.jpg
See what some "meanings" of a "to do list" .https://stacyboegem.files.wordpress.com ... raphic.jpg
* to work and cleaning the house
I would use "clean the house." (clean the house is work, and hard work...)
-clean the house.
-do chores around house etc...(the "work", the tasks one do around house -if you thought about this kind of "work'')
Of course, you could had thought another thing altogheter, then:
-go to work/the office at 07:00 A.M.
-clean the house (afterwards, perhaps by 02:00 P.M.? after having worked part-time, having come home, had lunch and now having the energy to begin the cleaning.)
-yada yada yada...
See? plenty of possibilities...