For me it would be too much stress to collect points anyhow. I have this syndrome to forget what i wanted to do. And also if i have to do something seriously i start to do something else that i wanted to finish before.
I found out everything funktions better with good motivation than with forcing my self. When i'm not nice to my inner child, it will find various ways to disturb my tasks.
There is a point within myself where i don't bother anymore about doing or not doing. When i find this point and go there everything is done. Activities go on but i rest in this peaceful state inside.
The more i try to organize the more mess i produce.
Better to ask "What is most important now?" and then concentrate on this.
And at the end of the day i completed many important good things but not necessarily that ones from my list.
It's okay. Very important for motivation is to look at all i have done and be glad about that - not to look at what i couldn't manage.
This may sound lazy but for me it's the best way to get out of lazyness.
And also, to change a habit one dislikes, for example spending hours on the internet, one has to change it in little steps. First just do ONCE something different - against the desire - and find out that this is not bad.
My practice became more continiously since i have certain times to do it: before and after sunrise and also before and after sunset. Everything else is open and variies from day to day. Some practice is only for two minutes, some for hours during my work or in the bus or on the bicycle...
This (what kind of practice) i write down every day. So i get a very intersting longterm overview. And i see, i do much more practice than i think.