Sunday, May 4, 2008


Writing every day is harder then I thought.

Like going for a morning jog or a bike ride, it can seem like a chore when it's worked in to a routine.

And that's a lesson from today. Create good routines

By creating good routines that you enjoy, like sitting by the fire in the evening, or having a barbecue every week, we understand that we are creatures of monotonous activity, and a day to day, week to week or monthly activity shouldn't always be a chore. This is a good thing, while living a completely random life day to day would be fun in small doses, eventually you have to sleep in that same bed, and see that familiar face.

We are creatures of structure. While an animal may live moment to moment, we have structured our lives around the days and night.

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