I think I just found the best solution to my problem.
First, I ceased a lot of computer-electronic-driven system approach for an experiemet.
I cut a piece of printer paper into 4 equally sized pieces. On each of those I write a NA or mini-project (usually a mini project like "get online banking to work" or "mail headshot and resume to agency"). Then I go through that stack of square slips each with one mini-project or NA on it and I LABEL each one as A,B,C, or D. A being the highest priorities items.. (note: larger projects I use a full sized sheet of ppare and write up an outline of essential NAs for completion). After labeling them. I sort them into three piles of prioritizing (the labels help to get scope, but the piles are the one that coutns because priorities can change). After sorting into top priroity piles. I look through the top-priority stack and select 2 (TWO) ONLY 2 NA, mini-projects to do. Almost all the time, I can accomplish those in 15 minutes!!
Additionally, I need to cut down on "follow-up NA details" .