So you made your way through the 6 emotional stages of lockdown and now you wanna get back upon your feet
Here are a few tips:
Plan your wake up and sleep times in 90-minute increments every night.Ensuring you have a systematic wake up time gives you control over your day.
A day plan
Don’t try planning your entire week or month right now.
Take it one day at a time
A simple template you can use :
a.Schedule for the day
b.Goals to accomplish
C. Assignments due
d.Work /study to catch up on
What are cues and why are they so important for your routine?
When I wake up every morning, the school bus arriving is my cue to get up on time and get dressed.
Tests and assignments by school are my cues to study every day.
Small things like that act as your cues. So now its time to make new ones for during the lockdown.
like for example :Breakfast could be your cue to get some exercise
Every day now is a Sunday. Keeping track of the day and time becomes quite tedious and difficult. Using reminders or alarms to keep you on track is a good alternative so you don’t lose track of time.
Get a fresh perspective.
Put the days gone behind you. Try to look at things from a new perspective. What did work out? What didn’t?
What can you do differently.Wipe down the drawing board and start afresh.New goals, New routine, new habits.
Setting deadlines for each one of your projects or goals keeps you on track. You know where your finish line is and you can work accordingly
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