Too Many Things

Right now it feels like I’ve got about 600 pieces of paper with notes of things I don’t want to forget: “plane tickets to Wisconsin,” “return library books,” “buy yellow highlighter,” “use cranberries.” Isn’t there some law of physics or other scientific principle that measures the limit of how many things can be listed and remembered before there are too many things thus nullifying all efforts?

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