The biggest accomplishment of my day was successfully printing an entire sheet of individual address labels without screwing up.* I realize this sounds pretty minor, but it means I have to do the same thing 30 times in a row, changing things slightly each time, without making any mistakes. Word on the street is that there is a way to print all of the addresses at the same time. No one has been able to magic that for me yet so I'm still calling it rumor.
*This statement is false. I printed an address with no town.
My To Do list is currently long enough to be mistaken for a roll of toilet paper. Which would be a more beneficial use for it considering I have yet to check anything off the list. Sometimes I find it necessary to write lists in order to keep my ADHD in check. Only then I lose the list on account of my ADHD. Provided I actually hold onto a list long enough to read what I wrote, I try my hardest to complete all of my tasks so I'm rewarded with a sense of accomplishment (by "sense of accomplishment" I mean "my wife usually gives me a prize").
Somehow, however, life always seems to get in the way. What I thought was urgent gets put off multiple times when something urgenter shows up on my desk/inbox/worthless memory. Soon, the laundry list of goals I had for the day turns into one unforeseen project after another, and my sense of accomplishment (and no prizes) revolves around the success of label printing.
My mother once told me that when I was little she thought I was either going to fail out of high school, or be the first female president. I don't imagine she put any money on "failing halfway to the latter on account of she accidentally wiped her butt with her To Do list."