Whether you’re getting ready for the day, settling into your work, or approaching your bedtime, it never hurts to have a routine.
Creating and sticking to your routines can enable you to:
Get More Out of Your Schedule.
Don’t try to reinvent the wheel every day: adopt regular routines. Having a set schedule can enable you to accomplish far more during your week. When you repeat an action, you complete said task more quickly and skillfully. Routine time-blocking, for example, can help you make a habit of addressing the important elements on your to-do list in a timely manner. Of course, sometimes you will need to stray from your routine when urgent matters or opportunity calls. When events arise that shake up your usual routine, give yourself the room you need to pivot.
Adopt Lasting Habits.
Routine makes it easier to incorporate and stick to healthy habits, like cooking, mindfulness practice, and exercising, all of which are important aspects of self-care! Likewise, make a regular habit of regular check-ins with your mentor.
Focus & Reduce Stress.
Your routine can give you peace of mind in urgent situations; you know that once the temporary disruption is over, you will return to your habits, ready to address the next obstacle. When your brain becomes used to a set schedule, interruptions can be handled in stride. After you take the time to make a decision or the necessary steps to tackle an emergency, you can then easily go back to your tried-and-true routine.
Stick to Your Budget.
Successful budgeting relies on a habit of controlled spending. A routine of saving will help you achieve your financial goals now and in the future!
Bonus Tip: Find a routine that works best for you. If you are having trouble sticking to elements of what you set up, your mentor can help you identify options and habits that are a better fit for your needs and goals.
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