Sleeping until noon is nice; you feel relaxed, you don’t want to worry about anything and you don’t want to leave your home. Yes, but this can cost you a lot one day. On the other hand, if you work, you won’t have a lot of time to spare on ‘nothing’ or just sleeping. In both of these situations, what you should do is create a schedule (if not on paper or on your computer, then at least in your mind). It’s not mandatory, nor you have to apply it every day, but it would be nice if you could start trying to get the maximum of your day. Why would you do that? Because life is one and it happens once, and it’s better if you masterly organize it, than to masterly lose it somewhere in time.
Go to bed and get up early
Time is sacred; time is everything. This applies to your health, too. To have these things, you should have a good sleep, so go to bed as early as possible.
Routines can be boring, but if you choose the right ones, they can transform into your favorite habit. That is, choose your favorite first thing to do in the morning and make it your routine. It can be a walk in nature (or to your work place), a healthy snack, a workout or a useful book. Routines are small, but meaningful things – because they motivate you to start the day.
2. Work first, then fun
Do the things that have preference on your ‘To do’ list. After you finish this, you can enjoy in a calm or active afternoon. Otherwise, if you would do the fun things first, you would think of your obligations and that’s not total relaxation; that’s worrying and procrastination.
3. Take a break
Except your sleep, rest through the day is important too. So, take naps or just make a short break to take a coffee. This will help you recharge and continue the day.
4. Do the important things and plan for tomorrow
Great; you succeeded today. There’s one more thing to do. If at the end of the day you have one more important thing to do, do it. Don’t leave it for tomorrow. Then make a schedule or a plan for the next day.