Have you ever really noticed that things seem to come in threes?! When something bad happens, I find myself trying to find two other bad things so that the badness is over. I'm not sure if that carries over to good things, but it's probably a good idea to look for three things to be thankful for as well. I even remember from 9th grade grammar class that, to write an effective paragraph, you should write a topic sentence then three more supporting sentences.
So, why am I fixating on threes? Because I'm also finding that I can only really seem to accomplish three things in a day. Now, sometimes, each thing has subparts, but the point is that my to-do list for the day can have as many things on it as I want to put, but it seems that only three of them really get done! So, why fight it, go with it. Remember my tip for sitting down and listing all of the things you need to get done on one side of a folded (lengthwise) page? Well, now, pull out a red pen or a highlighter and mark the three things that you are going to accomplish first. Tomorrow morning, do the same thing. Before you know it, all of the items on the list will either get done or you'll discover you can do without it! Ok, get going!