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You'll have to decide for yourself what qualifies as worthy of "doing now".....for me, toys do not (unless I'm tripping over them). I have 3 children under the age of 3, so my floors are usually covered in toys by the end of the day, and if I were constantly picking them up, well...I'd get nothing else done. And my kids would never learn responsibility. So unless something is posing a hazard, like a shopping cart blocking the doorway or Duplos scattered over the main walk-path, I ignore it until the end of the day.
Things that do qualify for me:
-Items that are misplaced, like a hairbrush that's in the living room instead of the bathroom
-A freshly folded basket of clothes could be taken to it's corresponding bedroom
-If the dishwasher is empty, dishes after a meal go right in it instead of sitting on the counter
-If the dishwasher is not empty, empty it!
These are all works in progress for me, because like I said before, I can be procrastinator at times, plus my kids keep me busy. But doing the "little" things makes such a difference, I've definitely noticed that!