Wow what a month it has been and it just a little over half way over! I moved home so I can focus on finals and finish my LAST semester (cross your fingers) of college!
Lately I have been thinking to myself and when I get a thought I have to write it down right away. I keep post it notes everywhere with me. I was thinking while moving back home how there is so much routine that helps you be mindful in life! I have done a post before about my day but I want to give some insight about how the routine works!
So… I give you… A Day in the Life of Me 😉
5:30: my alarm goes off (I may or may not get up lol.)
5:45: another alarm goes off.
6:15: last alarm goes off, if I don’t get up I realize I went to bet too late and someone better come drag me out of bed otherwise my day won’t start until like 9am…yikes.
(So lets say I finally get out of bed by 6:30)
6:30: check my phone because, yes I use social media as a tactic to wake up. the light on my phone makes me alarmed. I am trying not to, because I really should be technology free for the first 30 min of my day so we will work on that.
7:00: I then turn on my TV to the TODAY show because I love that whole news cast. I will literally watch until 11am if I don’t have an appt or class.
7:01: make coffee… duh.
7:30: wash my face and eventually put my face on aka do my makeup.
fast forward to noon.
While fast forwarding, I am either reading, doing school work, work from home, or journaling.
noon: school, life, lunch, the works. ever day is a new day.
2pm: I cut off all caffeine intake. So I am able to give my mind a body a chance to slow down.
5pm: dinner, a walk maybe, social time, meetings, etc.
8:00: I start my night time routine (YES I KNOW I AM A GRANDMA) actually my grandma straight up told me she goes to be at midnight lol I love her.
8:30: I will make tea, wind down with a good movie, yoga, etc.
9:30: GOOD NIGHT WORLD. see you the next day, even though we are not guaranteed tomorrow, live every day like it’s your last.
So I know you all were really worried about my daily schedule, but here is really just an incite on how a routine can help keep you sane. I love structure and to be organized, that’s just how I’m wired. So for whatever reason you are reading this, try it out! Don’t knock it ’till you try it.