Also, I realized that I could let some of those things drop off the list. I have pretty much given up on my nails ever recovering from whatever it is that is making them break and peel. I just cut them short and coat them with strengthener. Obsessively rubbing Barielle into them is doing nothing, nor is taking supplements and vitamins and such. Likewise, the stress over my hair falling out - I cut it a little shorter and am just not worrying about it anymore. Anyhoo, this post was written last week before I actually started working more hours. I hope my future self is not losing her mind...
The Daily Plan
Saturday and Sunday – One cup of coffee, no creamer. Have a decent breakfast! Drink 4 tumblers of water. Brush teeth at least once. No candy or fried foods. Pack a protein drink and lunch on Sunday night for Monday, and set out scrubs. Fish oil at bedtime. No chores on the weekend!
Monday – One cup of black coffee. Be sure to drink lots of water while at work. In the afternoon set out scrubs, pack a lunch and protein drink for Tuesday breakfast. Meditate. Make dinner, clean kitchen. Weigh, and fish oil at bedtime.
Tuesday – One cup of black coffee. Be sure to drink lots of water while at work. Meditate. Wash tumbler on Tuesday and place in cleared out tote. Vac carpets, mop floors, make dinner, make To Do list for the rest of the week, clean kitchen. Fish oil at bedtime.
For W,Th,F – One cup of black coffee and follow 4 tumbler of water plan, take vitamins and supplements, with fish oil at bedtime. Lunch at home preferred, once a week out is OK. Aim for 12K steps, write blog posts.
Wednesday – Pedicure day, Weigh myself. Grocery shop and errands. Plan menus for next week. Write blog posts, do laundry, iron.
Thursday – Work extra hours. Wash sheets and towels.
Friday – Work extra hours, clean bathrooms, gas up car, finish up To Do list for the week. Pack Sat./Sun. Lunches. Set out scrubs.
At work avoid venting.
At home don't dwell on work issues and only check work email when at work.
Focus on self-improvement and health.