Starting is the easy part. The structures, the lists, the schedules, the excitment of the dance with the “NEW.”
“It will be fun,” she said. “Doable.” “It’s only 20-30-40 minutes”
I have done a lot of thinking these past days. I am grateful to have the time to really work on myself and I realize that, with the exception of going to work BECAUSE I HAVE TO (with basic coffee, bfast, shower, etc in the AM) and getting ready for bed BECAUSE I HAVE TO SLEEP (read) I have no real established schedule/habits.
We had a schedule at school so that kept me grounded, but even with that, within a section of time like math, I might move activities around. Routine is not my default.
Getting started is one thing I am good at. Not really starting routines but rather more like microhabits (is that a word?.) I did one at home exercise routine. I ate mostly the right things in the right portions for one day. I followed my “Stay at home” schedule for most of one morning.
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