Actions to Continue the Momentum
I must admit I had a bit of trouble with today’s challenge. How to stop procrastination and overwhelm from sabotaging your progress.
I gave myself time to think about it and decided that even though I had spoken about some of these things in my earlier posts, here are what I think are my keys to moving forward.
Get up and get out!
I have always been a bit of a walker especially since I got a bit older. Back in the day I was a huge sport and gym junkie but the ol’ bones ain’t what they once were!
Walking daily not only keeps me fit but I find it also helps with my general well-being.
Each morning go for a walk. My goal for the day is 10,000 steps. I will generally walk rain, hail or shine in the warmer weather but in the cooler months or inclement weather I will use my bands in the lounge room.
I really hate clutter which is ironic as when I am in full work or research mode the house can sometimes be neglected.
After exercise, tidy up the house and do some light chores. Unfortunately for us women we are often the ones that tasked with the domestics.
Doing this will mean I can dedicate the time I need for the last but the most important activity.
Write at least one blog post
Once exercise is over and I have decluttered my space it’s time to get to work.
In an earlier post I mention using the pomodoro and free writing techniques as a way to get more writing done. I have about 4 blogs and they all need content. Writing at least one post a day for at least one of the blogs will guarantee there is always something fresh to share with my tribe!
The original brief was to write about one action but I believe doing all 3 will get me a better result and a bit of work life balance!
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 7