Yes, sometimes. Especially when I have received big news or if I tend to be ill or when my environment has changed. But I find that I am able to return to my system after a while given that it’s properly engrained, especially if it involves daily rituals.
- What time of the day do you meditate?
- What time should I do my stretches?
- If you’re self-employed, what do you do to stay motivated, or feel accomplished?
- Do you always take a break after a deep work session? If so, what do you do during that time?
- Does anyone else have problems with hitting the snooze button ten times before getting up in the morning, and what are some solutions?
Definitely. That's what is going on with me and my bullet journal. Although, I often journal because writing things down really helps me, I often overwhelm myself.
Yes, I have to form the habit little by little to make the methods stick. Every so often I mentally evaluate what worked and what I can do better next time.
I think complacency is the biggest problem for me. When I’m feeling like everything is running smoothly I begin to forget WHY it’s going so well and I start to break my own rules (habits). It’s frustrating to have to learn that lesson the hard way – over and over!!
I didn't use to have an organization system so far. I tried in certain period but it didn't last so much especially in those periods I was a bit depressed
Yeah. Sometimes it's difficult to get back on track. Especially if you're sick or something unexpected happens. But it's important to remember that we can't plan everything no matter how hard we try.
It has happened in the past when the system I used was not the best suited to me at that time. For instance I used to be absolutely unable to effectively use to do lists. Nowadays I have a really effective system in place that leverage to do lists and it is strongly established in my daily routine. I think it’s about really finding how you can make the system work for you, until you do that it won’t stick.
Most definitely! Cureently i'm trying to write an essay and it is such a mess and all my good habits that ive been working on building have been decimated
- How do you get around to everything on your checklist? I never seem to have the the endurance!
- Do you include new tasks in your to do or incorporate habits that are already in your daily routines?
- What is your most recomended habit for life?
- How do you motivate yourself?
- What do you put on your to-do list?
- Do you write your to-do list at night for the next day or in the morning?
- How long did it take before you really knew within yourself that the transition to healthy habits was formed?
- What’s the most challenging part when it comes to accomplishing your to do list?
- Do you consider tasks that are short differently from the long ones?
- Do you find that writing down time for leisure or breaks enhances your productivity?