I'll start by listing out a load of goals I have and we'll go from there: 1. Get to 13%-14% body fat. Rejoin gym, get diet sorted, get a gym plan (targeted at cutting) sorted. 2. Sort out wardrobe. I have a fashion-oriented IG with over 500 posts, and I still get anxious when getting dressed in the morning as I have an absolutely un-cohesive wardrobe which stresses me out. I have too many clothes and shoes, and want to sell more of it. I'm tempted to 'start from scratch', keeping only a few items. 3. Get a head-start for Uni. I want to start learning whatever mobile-app-development kit we'll be using at Uni, so I have something of a head-start for the relevant module. I chose 2 mobile computing modules for my final year as I believe this area could be something that I could use to develop a form of self-employment (passive income?) post-Uni. 4. Get 2 plates. This is something that'll result from daygame and any societies I join at Uni. I'm slowly reverting back to my old negative mindset of 'sex doesn't happen to me', which I believe is a result of not having any sexual interaction for almost a year, and probably due to a few more minor things. 5. Get RamblingOn.co.uk public. It's at a stage where there's one post for each category, but it needs to be optimised for mobile and tablet and there's plenty of things that need smoothing out on the site. This should be a backburner thing, but I'd like to essentially have one blog rolling out per week. I think these are the main, larger goals I have on my mind right now. After getting back from my month-long trip on Monday, I've already relapsed on porn and have had 2 carb-laden days of binging and doing no exercise. Today I did get up at 06:45, and am already back to meditating for 20 minutes in the morning, so I hope I'll still continue rebuilding some healthy habits. However, I'm a long way to go and feel quite overwhelmed with the amount of shit I'd like to do, especially considering I'm moving house again next week. I'd essentially just like to have my life back on track for Uni. My overall goal is to have different areas of my life simply laid so that I'm able to improve on each area each day (or every other day, however time allows) and tangibly track my progress. I don't want to be stressing over things like clothing and feeling overwhelmed. What I'd like help with is prioritizing these things and creating some kind of checklist of things to do.