Are you a list-maker? Sometimes I find myself writing down things I'm about to do or already completed just so I can cross that bad boy off.
If you're tired of carrying books or papers around, here are a few websites that make list-making and goal-setting awesome.
You can literally make as many lists in as many categories as your little heart desires. You can even make some private, and check stuff of when you're done. There are also physical books that go along with this website. I have the original Listography one and every page asks you to list something about your life. So it's basically an autobiography in list form. Easy peasy, and really fun to look back on. I started mine in early 2012 and just went back to fill out round 2. It was interesting to see what has changed in a short 14 months. I use a different pen every time and record when I filled stuff out.
This website is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals. You make a list of up to 43 things you want to accomplish, then you can check them off when you're done, including the date, how successful it was, and if it was worth the struggle or not. You can look at other goals people are making and cheer people on.
Day Zero is like 43things.com on crack. Basically, you make a list of 101 things, and you have to complete them in 1001 days (a little over 2 years). They also claim to have one of the largest databases of goals in the world, and pages to help you figure out what goals you want to complete. Once you make your list, the ticker starts counting down to Day Zero. I haven't tried this one out, but it's an interesting idea.