My life seems to be on auto-pilot: it’s one big routine.
Days, weeks, months slip by with me just sleepwalking my way through them.
I usually enjoy a routine.
I know what to expect: no surprises.
Change is usually bad.
But sometimes I question my routine.
Why am I doing this?
Is it really necessary?
Is this the right way?
Should I be doing something else more constructive?
I’m not talking about Why am I here? or Is this what I really want to be doing with my life? questions.
This is on a smaller scale: just minor adjustments.
I think I usually waste my mornings: get up late, drink coffee, and go on the computer. Sometimes I shuffle around with bedhead until noon!!Once a week I do have to work in the morning and I sometimes get motivated and go to the gym, but usually I just piss my mornings away.
I’m always happy when the weekend arrives.
I don’t know why: I usually don’t do anything too exciting, even less in the winter.
I guess it’s not what I am doing, but what I’m not doing: working!
I need to make some small changes to perk me up: maybe get up earlier, have a shower right away, avoid the computer’s gravitational field, get out and about more.
I think if I concentrate on mornings for now, the rest will follow.
note: I bet you thought this was going to be about a trip to the doctor’s from the title!