Yeah, I know, I've seen. Everyone is making lists. I've thought alot about those that I'm seeing and I've noticed that the majority of them are for big projects or life changing reminders. And, you know, I have those lists too. The back of my kitchen door is covered with those lists and the items are numbered (in pencil, of course) in order of priority so I can keep track of what needs doing next. But those lists don't keep my daily life orderly and I need order so I can function and not feel overwhelmed. So, a few years ago I started my daily List of Three. That's it, 3 items that I really want completed and they're usually mundane tasks that would/could risk getting put off while I'm doing the multitude of other tasks that I notice as I walk through the house. The ordinary gets written on there, like laundry or weeding, and I pencil in my creative outlets, things like sewing or baking or painting. Sometimes I break down projects and write something like "lacquer the watercolor boards". It's a simple idea that helps me to feel good when I've completed my list. And seriously, who doesn't need that sense of accomplishment in their daily life?