My days have changed significantly lately. First, we all stopped traveling to work. Now, I've quit my job and started Freelancing.
My typical routine might have changed completely, but my goals appears to be roughly the same - more time with my family and self-improvement. It's nice to re-read some old words (only 8ish months) and feel consistent.
Over the last few days, I've been jotting down things I want to do every day. Some came to me immediately, others took a bit of time to realise. I'll probably add more to this over time, but here is that list so far:
- Brush teeth
- Mouth wash
- 10 press ups
- 10 squats
- 10 touch toes
- Go outside
- Read - 1 chapter. At least 1 page
- Time to self / Reflect - Meditate?
- Time with Nay
- Make £100
When you think about it, it's not a lot - but it's so so much at the same time.
Simple, small tasks that compound into achieving my goals - seeing my family and self-improvement. Reading, podcasts and reflection improve my knowledge and skills.
Making just £100 a day removes any financial worries - I don't need to work a "real job" if I do this. My time is free. I'll be available whenever I want.
Looking after myself through exercise means I'll be healthy and available to look after the ones I love.
All of this is free. Why haven't I been doing this for years?