A different type of "to-do"
One type of task that I need to do, that doesn't seem to fit anywhere exactly, is routine things on my to-do list. I mean things like folding socks, or sorting my credit card bills, or washing the kitchen floor. These aren't "quest" level, but don't really work as "power ups" either... they aren't "something quick and easy you can do to feel better or get stronger" - although they are good to get done, and it is part of my recovery to pick these up again and get routine tasks accomplished.
What I'd like is a list of tasks that need doing, that I can keep as an ongoing reminder of these little things, and that I can cross off as I do them. Then, maybe every five items or so, I can get points for doing them.
I currently have them in power-ups as "Practical Progress", but that doesn't let me list them and cross them off.
Avi Drucker commented
I think this is a good idea, though perhaps its on the micro-managing side of things? The current framework is flexible enough to incorporate every-day, multi-step activities. How about combining them into a single quest or powerup? I have a power-up for general purpose cleaning - I call it "Zen Cleaning," it requires me to clean or organize one space at a time for 5 minutes or more. You could set up a "Laziness" bad guy as well, which you confront on a daily (or several times a week) basis, depending on how often you intend to address these tasks.