Usually, I'm a stickler for planning my days. Planning a lot of things actually. Not it too much detail, just a broad outline. I usually know what I'm going to eat. What I'm going to do. If I'm going for a run or meeting someone.
Today didn't quite go to plan, but I did manage to stay on track with my broader goals.
My plan for today was;
2) get home
4) weighing / group
5) minor Trello tickets
I'm doing step 6 now. I've not yet done #3 or (really) #5.
I was thrown off by the missus not coming home when expected. I'd forgotten she was going out. I could have gone for my run while she was out, but I was waiting.
My problem isn't not doing my plan completely. It's the overriding affect skipping certain things does to me. I lose momentum. I give up. I stop doing them completely.
It's a bad habit that I need to stop.
I talk a lot of chipping away at stuff - and in general, I feel that's the goal behind platforms such as 200WAD and Makerlog. It doesn't matter what you're doing as long as your progressing. Even small steps count.
Listen to your own words, Craig.
It's 22:30 - I'm going to do another Trello ticket and then go for a run...