Reviewing Your Schedule
Clearly I have no schedule for this blog right now. I'm okay with that. Someday I would like to be consistent, but today is not that day.
I am a big believer in schedules though. Schedules and routines make our lives a lot easier. We only have so much energy to put towards decisions, so why waste it when you don't have to?
It turns out I've been scheduling my days since I was 18 (thank you, old journals, for allowing this insight). I used to write down what I wanted to do the night before, and then when I went to bed, I would compare what I said I wanted to do to what I actually did. I don't know how often I hit my targets, but I bet I had more off days than on days. Still, it kept me going. These days I still plan my day, but I don't review it.
I'm going to change that. I'm way off my mark today, but that's fine. I can regroup tonight and try again tomorrow. I'll give it a steady go for two weeks and report back. I may not report back daily, but you will see all 14 days of this experiment.