Today, I've done quite a bit of yesterday's tomorrowings; and some of today's tasks, I will do tomorrow.
I used to try to do everything that appeared on the horizon as soon as it appeared, but it's not always the right day to do things. Tomorrowing works quite well. Some tasks just disappear and others mature into simpler ones by the next day.
Others pile up into dull heaps of tangled hassle and are best dealt with as side- issues of more pleasant exercises.
A tedious visit to the Post Office is better seen as a walk in the Spring sunshine than 'destination foetid queue' and a dreaded visit to the Bank Machine can be fun after a tootle round the clothes shops that reveals that all fashions this year are unwearable bags and there is nothing to desire on that front and the old clothes stuffed into the bottom of the wardrobe will do for another year!
Of course there are some tasks that remain resolutely gruesome, but this is a positive blog and I will shout them into a bucket and put them out with the bins.