When you have loads of things to do on your ever growing 'To Do list' - some things nice to do, but not very essential and some personally and professionally very important, so essential to do.
Often it's annoying you which of your tasks To Do - when? how? and how much effort and time to put into it or them?.
To keep your To Do list organised, try writing a fresh one, using your current bit of everything list(s).
Start your list with things you want To Do for your own personal growth and development.
Next list the things you have To Do for yourself, your family and your colleagues, and the big one - your boss who pays you.
In big writing at the top of the page where these two lists are written:
I'LL REFER TO THIS LIST AND DO WHAT I WANT TO DO WHEN EACH THING FEELS RIGHT FOR ME TO DO, SO IT MAKES ME FEEL HAPPY.
THIS WILL HELP ME GET IT DONE CORRECTLY FIRST TIME - WHICH SHOULD MAKE EVERYONE HAPPY.
Read those words at the top of your To Do list until you feel a smile come on your face because you feel capable and very ready to do everything on your To Do list.
When this works out for you, which trust me it will become habitual for you to live and work in this way - you should never feel the dread of making, reading and doing your To Do list ever again. To Do lists will stop being your worst enemy - nightmares.