- The miracle of scheduling
- The miracle of integrated calendars
- The miracle of “Setting App” on your phone, to actually choose to put it on silent, DND, turning off all notifications, as well as down-time.
People who do not understand these miracles, call themselves addicted to the internet.
It is said that when you make something public, there are far greater chances of you getting back on course with things that aren’t serving you.
So, here’s me trying to document my day.
Not sure if I could document everything, but here’s the good and the parts to be changed.
To be changed:
- Checked phone @5:30. Bad choice Nishtha. If you check your phone before 8AM, it will be an addiction throughout the day.
- Did not like the baingan ka bhartha that Mom made. So made myself a gud ki roti and an ajwain parantha with curd for lunch. Though it was yum, no veggies means no satisfaction, so look for veggies in lunch next time.
- Boss had asked for social media content for next week. I got better from last week, but not up to the mark. Need to work more on it.
Good things that happened:
- Was able to reach halfway through the wall-headstand in yoga.
- Attended the YouTube team call and the inherent feeling of inferiority complex was resolved, because I work with a fab boss who thrives on giving respect to all:)
- Submitted client’s content for next week and did something he hadn’t expected. Fingers crossed:)
- Walking to the meditation center daily. Because it’s cold and the movement will bring in some heat, and it’s damn cold to ride a two-wheeler in winters.
- Had a video call with my sis and nephew. Don’t know why, but that’s good anyway!
- Made matar paneer + rice for dinner. Hadn’t eaten a veggie since the morning bruh…
- Yesterday’s IG reel was loved more than expected. Looking forward to more love.
Hmm…that was fun. I should be doing more of these. Makes life accountable.
Alright then, see you tomorrow.
Till then, take great care peops!
There is a beautifully sad story about time wastage: it makes you believe you aren’t wasting it.
Here’s the way to avoid it in the first place: schedule.
Schedule your day.
Schedule even your leisure time.
Own your calendar.
Even if there are times when you want to sit randomly and “do nothing”, schedule that as well.
It will make you escape the torment of life wastage. An asset worth striving for.