How many of us go to sleep and awake with the expectation of making the next day better than the prior one? Constantly trying to improve until there's nothing left to improve. Not plausible, but greatly desired. I can admit that I fall short of meeting my own expectations daily and at one point, I use to feel horrible about it. But not as much lately. I've learned to take each day at a time and worry less about what may have not transpired within it. I used to work vehemently at making a list and doing everything within my power to complete it the next day and if anything fell short, I didn't do my part. Because in my mind, me completing those task would indicate that I was tactful, diligent, and responsible, thereby creating the perfect day. NO LONGER!
Life is literally something that is to be taken one day at a time. Things will happen outside of our control and we can't punish ourselves for them. Have a plan, push to execute, and if something doesn't happen to get done on that particular day, learn to be okay with it.
The major things to worry about are getting bills paid in a timely fashion because not only can that affect your current financial standing, it can cause monetary issues futuristically. So if there is a bill that needs to be paid, pay it and worry about the cleaners and errands later. It's also important to try and fulfill obligations that you've made to other parties. It would be better not to make any commitments that you may not be able to follow through on or at least make the person aware of a possible change of plans to enable them to create a backup plan.
In essence, we understand that you shouldn't put off until tomorrow what you can do today, but that doesn't apply to everything. Sort your task according to your availability and you'll be surprised at how much more you're able to get accomplished.