I don’t know if this affects anyone else…but I always read new things to try as far as my routines or ways to be more productive, and then I get super excited to do it but the time just happens to be 9:15 when I have this brilliant idea yet there is this giant wall I hit called “its time to get ready and go to work!”
TOMORROW I will wake up super early and try my new thing! Put it in the calendar on my phone to map it out for the next day and I feel proud for “doing” something. Yet when the next day rolls around, and the *first alarm goes off at 5:30…the actual grtting out of bed part or actually not sitting on the couch from zombie status doesn’t actually occur until around 7-7:30. The sad part about this is I realize I’m doing it rather than doing something about it. And the regret of all of it kicks in riiiight about the time I need to get ready for work again.
Like I said, I don’t know if its just me being lazy or if it is just THAT hard to get motivate to make these changes. After seeing people more the last few months and kinda hearing the same thing (more so after work since I work late mornings and this is the time of day I’m supposed to do my stuff) it came to me more as a relief than a oh yeah I need to get on that.
Being tired sucks, and now as an adult I have the responsibility to get it all going. I did this all throughout school on my own; was it because there were more assignments with due dates I was responsible for? Or was it that there was more of a consequence for not doing something? Maybe gym was a good thing (as much as I hated it) but at least it was an hour’s worth of working out for lack of a better word. It honestly feels like I was more organized then.
That all being said…what drives other people to be more productive? What is the piece I am missing here or is it the fact I’m just tired/stressed (*cough cough lazy cough cough*)? I know I say a lot in my blogs thinking that telling it to the world is gonna make it happen, but no really I need to make this happen :-/.