I love the days when standing in my kitchen making something from scratch is enough.
I love the days when hanging wash out in the sunshine is enough.
I love the days when cleaning the house is enough.
I'm not sure why I expect so many of my other days to be "Multiple Victory" Days, where I stack achievement upon achievement until I feel validated because I've crossed so many items off a "to do" list. It makes me no better a person. It puts no more money in the bank. And the list, which I whittle down day after day, somehow always seems to regenerate itself by tomorrow, like a weed that keeps coming back.
What does it take for you to say, "that's enough" to yourself, and feel like it's been a productive day?
And if it's more than a few simple things, why are you so hard on yourself? The list will surely re-invent itself again tomorrow, before you're even out of bed. And every achievement is a sweet one, whether it's a swept floor, warm dinner rolls or just some clean laundry.
I'm sure what you did today was enough, whatever it was.