Today was one of those days.
My "To Do" list is mostly self inflicted. I am not good at doing nothing, so I'm constantly coming up with new things to do (as if I don't already have a million things to do), and then every now and then everything seems due at once. I find myself avoiding doing anything on the list, which actually makes me feel worse. I don't think procrastinating makes anyone feel good (doing a blog post is not on my list of things to do today).
Food for thought:
“Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time. Until you value your time, you won’t do anything with it.” ~ M. Scott Peck
It seems that the things which are most important are never on my list. We don't write lists for these things, yet they are what make us happiest: tell your family you love them, play with your children as if you have nothing else to do, smile!
Perhaps a "To Be" list is more important than a "To Do" list.
I have found that whatever kind of list we have, it's best to just tackle one thing at a time.
This is perfect:
“Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could.” ~ Emerson