Productivity idea

Maybe it'd be easier to accomplish things if the objectives were less general. "Draw a picture" is obviously less specific than "draw a picture to work on figuring out how character lighting works". Importantly, looking at a goal kind of makes you think about how you haven't gotten the goal already. I think that "draw a picture, because you haven't drawn one in ages" is less, well, harsh, than "work on character lighting, because it'd be nice to be better at that". (Sure, you could instead say "work on character lighting, because you're terrible at it" or you could say "draw a picture, because it'd be nice to draw things more frequently"; but those are the thoughts that come to my mind.)