make structure on your weekends if structure is what works for you. if you are like most people you do pretty close to the same thing week after week. you might do it with different people and that's not to say there will never be exceptions, but getting some basic framework in there can make it just swapping around for the exceptions.
so start with what usually happens. if you have family dinners at 6 on sunday, brunch with your girlfriends sunday morning, lazy late lunches with a friend on sat, book them in. then plan in your workouts around those things. you can also plan lighter meals and snacks in as well. and remember that you can always invite people out, which means that you can set the time and the place to fit your schedule. i'm not saying you should refuse lunch with susie who comes into town twice a year because you have a workout planned, but if you have a plan that has a workout already scheduled, skip it in favor of lunch with susie but swap out one of your eating opportunities on either side for your workout. and you can do that with anything. have a rough idea of when you usually get up and plan in everything that you need to get done. it doesn't have to be exact, but if you need time to grocery shop, do a few loads of laundry, catch up on your reading and bills, block out that time in a schedule. swap it if something better comes along, but have a base structure in place if having a base structure works well for you.
so you might start saturday with some extra sleep. 10-12 might be household chores time with a light breakfast at the beginning. the noon hour might be errands. 1-3 might be late lunch time. 3-5 might be grocery shopping. 5-6 might be workout time. 6-9 could be dinner and movie time. sunday might be sleeping in til brunch at ten. noon to 1 might be planning what you need to for the week. 1-3 might be workout or group activities with friends time. 3-5 might be snack or early dinner time or it could be something else you need to get done and dinner might be at 6-7. basically look for what you can block off and block it off.
Edited by: NIRERIN at: 8/21/2013 (08:00)
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