But lately, bouts of depression pops up because of my task list that does not seem to move anywhere, I thought plotting out my weekly/monthly task might help the down-side of my bipolarness.
I still get my month-end depression but at least, it smoothens my cluttered way of working. Before I just do the 1st task that would pop up in my mind, or do all of them or insert whatever would fancy me at the moment. That's why it seems I havent done any thing because I keep doing other things, which are not in my task list, just because i fancy them. Right now, whenever some thing fancies me, I'll look at my planner to tell me "Noooo. Don't ever be a hero!" at least I'm guided as to what things I'll do.
So I guess the best thing the planner does to me is, not that I'm now organized, telling me when to STOP!
I guess the main problem before of not having a list of things to do in a day is that I don't know when to stop. Thus, if things are not done in the weekdays, I tend to work also in the weekend, which I don't really mind except that "family time" keeps nagging at me.
Thus when month ends, i'm depressed because it feels That aside that i have no progress in my work, i also suck at family thingie!
With planner, I may not finish all whay's in a list but at least it also gives me a look of things I have checked off. :)
(My first journal that is so outdated as the calendar is still 2012. Now i understand why it was on sale.)