I do not make them because I have so many things to do necessarily.
I make them because I tend to forget even the most important things to do.
I also have shopping lists for that very reason.
Although I tend to leave it on the fridge sometimes, which defeats the purpose of the list.
I have a to-do list for work, so I can remember everything.
And I have a to-do list at home, so I can stay focused.
My list for the weekend:
Mail picture to Grandma (she currently has a hideously, way-too-close picture on display)
Take stuff to storage shed
You get the idea. This list is so I can stay focused and not get sucked into reading. Although I am sure I will be the first one awake for the day and will probably read for a majority of the day. Of which I am very much looking forward to.
Well - I guess I'd better get all those to-do lists done. They are never-ending actually. I tend to re-write them and add more before I finish the first.
And there will always be yet another thing I should/want to get accomplished.
The lists are calling....