Tagged: daily routine
Here’s the link, I’m not sure if I can display it here, http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g270/triviumacademy/2008_2009Week.jpg
We’re moving in two weeks and my plan is to leave bad habits as we move into a new home and create new GOOD ones. I’ve already been working on my sleeping habits, I have one more week to secure the 10pm to bed and 6am to rise habit. My body is definitely in sync or so it seems.
I have Keepers at Home to help with the handicrafts, but truly I’ll be giving up a lot of my own time to do these things with my kids. Right now they are sort of all over the place after noon.
Anyways, I’m looking for constructive criticism. I think, lol.CindySParticipant
It does not “look” like too much; you will know for sure once you give it a go. Have you read Sonya’s Laying Down the Rail’s? That can be very beneficial for making/breaking habits. The only thing I see glaringly missing from your schedule is some ‘flat-on-back’ time for you, Mom. Especially if you have children in your home that are still of the age where you are responsible for their laundry, you need that time. You will be a better mommy for it; it gives you the umph you need to finish out the day cheerfully.
Flat on back time?
Does that mean a nap? Or just time to myself? Everything in the afternoon are things *I* want to do and doing it with the kids hopefully will make me DO it instead of putting it off for other things.
I don’t know, I’ll try it and see.CindySParticipant
Strictly speaking, yes, it means a nap. But it’s whatever works for you. I do best with a ‘power nap’ rather than an hour (that makes me groggy). It’s all about being refreshed and reenergized for not only your children, but also (and especially) for your husband.
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