My To-Do list is crazy-long. As in pages and pages, single spaced long. I would love to be the person who looks at her To-Do list and does a couple things a day, thereby having the joy of scratching off a few things a day. I am not that person. I am the person who does nothing - nothing at all - for days, then attempts to blast through the whole list in a weekend.
This does not work well.
In the first place, there is the frustration of looking at an ever-growing to-do list. It's always there, even when I tuck it away somewhere out of sight. It hangs over my head, accusing me, every waking moment.
Then there is the frustration of not being able to finish weeks worth of work in just a few hours. I still haven't figured out why that is such a blind spot for me. I mean, why can't I work at SuperHuman Speed for one day if I spend the rest of the week moving at SuperSloth Speed?! Really, why not?
So I'm trying... slowly... to change some long-standing habits. I am trying to do a little bit, every day, then kick it into high gear when I have the time and energy.
Hmmm, I think I have said that before.
Well, changing your life is a process, right? Appreciate the journey, don't focus on the destination and all that good stuff. Take it one day at a time, and do what you can with that day...
What a concept...