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I have recently begun using a Kanban style system to work through my tasks. I've adopted this system because quite a few of my tasks are long-term, ranging from several days to several weeks.
At the moment I have these longer term projects which I am using with Kanban, but I also have daily tasks, which I used to write down, such as 'post letter', buy new pair of shoes' etc - basically stuff to be done that day - nothing long term. Then I have other tasks which are done daily, such as reading for an hour, going to the gym or attending to my morning rituals.
Now, the Kanban system doesn't seem to cater to these daily rituals, or repetitive tasks. How do I manage these? That is, how do I make them 'tasks' by giving them a higher status to motivate myself to get them done.
Secondly, is it worth using a Kanban for the daily tasks, such as those mentioned above, or should I continue to use my written diary where I usually write them and cross them as they are completeled?
(I am very new to kanban, so don't know if it'll work for me. One of my problems have been juggling too many tasks at once, the kanban might help me here restricting the amount I work on.)