It's okay, but you should be able to visualize every to do on your list while writing it down. If they seem to big and you repeat them because you still have to do exactly the same things, you may try to break those to dos down to smaller, more actionable steps.
It does seem repetitive and uses up X amount of time for the day that maybe needs to be spent elsewhere. So I put only things that are routinely done on a daily basis in my morning routine to make time for an afternoon and evening routine. When my morning routine got too long, I had to remove some items that didn’t have to be done every single morning.
Maybe you should ask yourself if you’re achieving anything buy doing the same thing everyday. Are you doing what you REALLY want to do in your life, presently? Sounds like you may want to make changes, but don’t want to face yourself in the mirror, or you’re not breaking down that invisible wall that’s stopping you…
- Do you have any time management tips by any chance? I often find it takes me longer to complete tasks than it should
- How many things do you have in your to do list?
- When you reflect at the end of the day, do you have a penalty system if you did not complete what you said you would?
- If you don’t finish the list , do you leave it or put it on again the next day ?
- How to order to do list when you have so much things to do?
- How many items do you put on your daily to-do list?
- regarding writing and completing the to-do list, how do you keep yourself accountable?
- Do you have a notebook ONLY for your task list?
- Do you ever include “daily routine” items on your To-Do list? While you’re forming the habit? Always?
- I would like to know how you deal with Events etc. that require you to change your plans and so also your to do list or completely change your timetable?