When your days are busy and they change constantly, how do you stay on track.

Tracey Z.
I wake up before my normal routine, so for example today I can’t do it at 8 so I was ready at 6 am, sometimes it’s not easy but all is posible if we plan ahead. Good luck I believe in you!

Dustin O.
I use a number of smaller routines that I stop and return to. Each only has three items.
Like breathe, move or stretch, refocus or reevaluate, eat a snack or drink water

Alberto T.
Look at my to do list, reminding myself to stay on task when I notice myself becoming distracted and making sure to make note of the distraction so I am better prepared the next time that distraction try’s to interrupt me

Maja C.
I think the best way to deal with this is to get up early before your day has time to get busy. Plan meals and routines the night before.

Alexander X.
Only put the stuff in your routine that you can do no matter what – for instance, my morning routine is heavy and I try to make that sacred, but my afternoon one is just drink water and breathe, because that’s all I have time to do.

Lana P.
Routines, as in a series of habits where you only have force yourself into the first one and the rest just follow. My personal priorities come before I start my day. My day may start at a different time everyday, but I have made it a habit to do my routine before that, no matter what.

Mike U.
As much as possible i plan ahead to be able to complete my routines for which i carve out time in the early morning (5am)