I was talking with a friend the other day. She was lamenting about waking in the middle of the night, thinking about things she needed to do. She has mastered her calendar and doesn’t miss appointments or meetings or events – it’s the daily, weekly, etc. tasks– buy bandaids, organize the coat closet for summer, drop the books at the library, write down something, finish a project, etc etc etc - that keep her awake (ugh! For me, a good night sleep is money in my immunity system bank!)
I understood; I told her I’d go nuts without my lists.
She answered that she doesn’t do lists – why not? – because the list never gets completely done and she feels like a failure.Read More