Not now. I don't know if my memory really is getting as bad as I think, or whether I just CBA (can't be bothered) to do some things and conveniently forget them.
Anyway, the written list helped. I did find myself doing some things which weren't "on the List". What made me laugh at myself is that I then added them to "the List", and then crossing them off.
I'm definitely procrastinating, I'm doing it right now by writing this blog (which activity wasn't on The List) because I don't really want to do the next thing.
On the plus side, I've followed up with my Aunt about her energy tariff, and I've been in touch with another Uncle to see if he would like help reviewing his tariff. He didn't, thank you for asking though. (A bit of a result really, from a List point of view), AND I was able to help him with a cooking question.
I used to have a rule about procrastinating when it came to things I didn't really want to do. The rule was that I considered whether the thing really needed doing or not. If it didn't, well, just don't do it and stop wasting effort avoiding it. And if it did, well, just get on with it.
Doing something is a lot less hassle than avoiding doing it.
I know I'm right, so I'm going to go and do it. Or at least make a start on it. After I've taken the chickens some fresh water.
No. Really. I AM going to do it. I AM.