I use OneNote where I have a digital page for hospots and another for worries. You can easily do the sane with a bullet journal or something else. The point is to highlight your narrative key points. The content of you. The percent daily values (% DV) found in your head noggin.
Any time you wonder what's next, open up your "Hotspots" document and add/review your interests. No to-do list, no time constraints. Take a deep dive and explore: who am I? what do I value doing when I'm feeling well? what do I value doing when I'm feeling unwell?
Example: My Hotspots
Since I have a tendency to ruminate and rehearse the same rant in my head ad nauseum, My worry list is where I go to either record it while its fresh so I don't have to "plan" it out again, or it's already there so I can reveal to myself what's critically important. Personally, I don't want full blast of my trauma triggers; so, I keep that elsewhere. When your worry is resolved, maybe you can strike through it to illustrate your personal growth? Bonus: This is pretty handy to take to a therapist.
Example: My Worries