Rinse and repeat.
"Not in his speech, not in his thoughts, I see his greatness, only in his actions, in his life.
Being smart is good, being patient is better."
- Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha
Establishing and sticking to a daily routine helps me from drifting off to places where I loose sight of my surroundings; the bigger picture.
It forces me to consciously make decisions based on given constrains and available resources.
The routine is flexible, mallable and heavily depends on the ever changing variables that define my current situation. At this time, an ideal regular weekday looks like this:
|06:00||meditation or cold shower|
|06:15||Boil Water, grind coffee, prepare breakfast & lunch boxes|
|06:55||First round of waking, make beds, get dressed|
|07:00||Second round of waking|
|07:40||Leave the house|
|07:45||Drop off AA at school|
|08:00||Communal garden visit: empty kitchen waste, water bed|
|08:15||Return to apartment, clean kitchen|
|08:30||Notes: upcoming tasks, document previous day|
|14:00||Read, guitar practice or work|
|15:00||Pick up AA from school|
|15:30||Spend time with AA or work on projects|
|20:00||Evening routine/preparation for bedtime|
incoming(3) | review 2021 | exercise | porridge