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I've never even thought about it but I have a routine for everything to get through the day. Weekends throw me because I have a to-do list but it sometimes does or dosn't happen as the 'need' to be on time is gone. I never noticed how 'routine' I was until I realised taking time off work destroys my peace of mind as everything is out of routine!
You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.
I’m a planner… from my days as an Admin Asst. Every week, on Sunday, I print out my “To Do List”. I prefer doing housework during the week so weekends are devoted to family time when hubby is off from work. My list is not cemented instead flexible so I don’t stress out when reaching goals.
PeaJay50 aka PJ, Pam or Pamela Jenewein
"Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim." - Nora Ephron
“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, but only saps today of its strength.”
I write it all on the calendar, and also make lists for shopping and such, it's coming in more and more handy as I AGE.....he...he...
I use a mental priority list. Did not use to do this and was messing up things that "needed" to be done first Our Sundays are family days, too. Sat and Sun are usually reserved for the "extra" things we don't get done in the week and church. M thru F are flexible because of sometimes needing to help out with the GK. Like, tomorrow. My youngest GD needs to be with me for a while after lunch to almost dinner. She is absolutely no problem, even though she always seems hungry! .
Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.
"Joy is Peace dancing. Peace is Joy resting."
*Barb --S. West PA
How many of us plan our days and/or weeks. I find I do a lot of planning in trying to organize myself. Some are good, others I am ok with a few days then have trouble following through. Maybe I don't allow for a bit of flexibility. Of course there are the usual, like work 5 days a week, Tuesday evening - visit Mum, Sundays - family day. How do you manage your commitments during the week?
Sandra / Cara
'It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not' - Anonymous
'Don't let what you cannot do, interfere with what you CAN DO TODAY' - Wooden