Set a time each day to plan tomorrow. There are many good reasons for this. 1. When you wake up, you wake up with purpose because you know where you’re going and what you’re going to do next. This can put passion and drive into your life. 2. You waste less time wandering and drifting through the day, not knowing what to do. 3. You accomplish tasks in the most efficient manner because you have foresight: If I know I need to get milk from the Kitchen, and Cereal, then I can plan to get both when I walk to the kitchen. Without foresight, I’d get milk from the Kitchen, leave, then realize I want Cereal and then return to the Kitchen for it–waste of time. You can’t plan for everything, but when you can, why not make things easier for yourself? (Build the Habit) This is also the time to enter and review any quantized-self data.
Plan what you’ll eat, when, where, with who. What commitments and responsibilities you need to get done and how. What you want to do and how you’ll fit it in.
Hygiene. Set time each day to maintain hygiene both to stay physically healthy, and to be socially acceptable (Understanding Body Image). This includes cleaning your living space and personal possessions because living in a dirty place negatively affects your health, productivity, and peace of mind.
Exercise and Stretch. For physical health.
Build the routines by reading The Habits You Will Form in Life to understand how habits are formed and get links to resources for building habits!
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