Did a lot of great work last week, but blew off some basics, like sticking with the Pomodore Technique EVERY time I sat down to work, going to bed way later than the 9:30-10:00 p.m. that had become my regular zonk time, going through my morning routine.
And I felt it. The days didn’t feel right. I do better, AM better when I follow & build on more structure – it’s “in my wheelhouse,” just not yet embedded in habit.
Yes, you CAN teach a young old dog new tricks!
My early a.m. routine – –
> Starts at night, getting to bed between 9:30 & 10:00 p.m., after posting the day’s All Ages, All Stages night capper & writing the next day’s affirmations.
> bRRRRIIIIINNNNGGGGGG! The alarm goes off at 5:15 a.m., my best time to rise & shine.
> Greet the new day with a “Welcome, World!” to the backyard.
> Do my Namastes.
> Take a walk around the block.
> Say my affirmations out loud – with heart.
> Set the itty bitty alarm for 25 minutes, then start my journaling.
Onward & every upward ~ 65 & risin’ strong!