I have this recurring fantasy (not that kind) where I get everything done on my “to do” list. I know some of you are thinking that if I just buckled down, I’d get everything done, but it really isn’t that simple. You see, I have combined my daily task list with my broken/undone “big picture”
The blogs from last week had an interesting impact on me. On Friday, in the midst of a “why can’t anything work the way I want it to” tantrum, I began a list of literally everything in my life that I saw as broken or undone. I kept the notebook with me over the weekend,
I find myself with a couple of days on my own. When I realized this an odd little bout of motivation was sparked. Before I knew it, I had a list of (conservatively) 50 items that I would take care of while I had this time. They ranged from the mundane to the impossible (or
Morning Fantasy Today I’m going to clean the apartment from top to bottom, do all of my laundry, cook food for the week, write at least five blogs, work on a script and start those two books. Afternoon Reality Well, at least I watched that episode of Masterpiece that was still in my DVR.