So, have you tried the computerized list yet? I have found one more way to make it more useful. I have started color coding it. I use different colors for different times of the day: My morning routine, other things that must be done before noon, things to be done during the time my daycare kids nap, late afternoon tasks, evening work, things that have to be done before bed, and things that have to be done throughout the day. It's taking a little getting used to with learning what each color means, so I have a key listed at the top of my page, but for the most part, it doesn't matter what the colors mean. The point is to go through the list, color code it, then copy and paste to get all the blues with the blues and greens with greens. Then I just have to put them in chronological order, and work my way through the list from the top down. This has really simplified things, and helps make a list of 60 items (today) more manageable, because I only have to think about the seven things listed in right now's time slot. Much less overwhelming!