That is the question.
It is safe to assume that we all have a "To Do" List hanging on our fridge or placed in some other prominent place so that we can see a list of all the things we can look forward to accomplishing. I've found in the last couple of days the only thing I feel like I've accomplished is to add several things to my do list.
I get frustrated because I feel like I work all day at home, but at the end of the day I've crossed nothing off my list and my house is still in the state of organized chaos it was in when my day first began.
So I'm taking my mother's advice and BURNING MY TO DO LIST. (Well, she didn't say to actually burn it, but that's what I'm going to do because I think it's more poetic.) Instead I will be making a "Got Done" List. As I add items to this list it will be because I accomplished something. I have a sneaking suspicion that I do more than I give myself credit for at the end of the day. Plus I'm hoping this will let me know where I spend all my time and maybe in a week or so I can look over my daily lists and evaluate what I've done versus what needed done.
Then again maybe not, that's sounds an awful lot like something "To Do"...