Very often when we wake up in the morning, we wake up to the day and follow a prticular routine. These routines may appear mundane to us but is a necessary part of our daily lives.Maybe the rotines appear mundane because they are not exciting or we simply think of them as mundane or a burden, but they are not irrelevant.
When the routines are on vacation or we escape them for a moment in time, then we might wake up and wonder what to do with the time that we do have on our hands. One great thing about these routines, is that they do keep us busy, so boredom should not be an issue. You might still get visits from frustration for not being able to do some things you want to do or get done. & The irony is that when you do have free time on your hands to do all the things on your to do list, you don't.
Each and every day is important, for each day is a part of your life and becomes a part of your history.
Most things that you do each day will have some purose. They will serve a purpose for you and or for others
but everything or most things will matter more, if you are aware of their true purpose and make them matter to you.
There are some things that will matter to you more than anything else, but for one reason or another,
you will find yourself paying less attention to them, compliments of your daily routines or automated self
and a lifetime of distractions. It requires some juggling, some organization and some priortization to find the right balance to find or to get to what matters the most each day but if you can find it and get it done, you will find satisfaction to the day also. Find out what matters to you & make it matter today for a better tomorrow.
Whatever your routine might be, whether you have too much or too little to do, there are a few honest to self genuine questions that you really have to ask yourself in one form or another.
' what will make today matter the most? " What can I do today that will make me feel great?"
"what can I do today with those routines, that will make a better me or tomorrow?" What can I do today, that my tomorrow self will thank me for?"
They are all good questions towards finding your answer and hopefully you will find your good answer. I peronally like the thought of waking up to the day and finding something to do, that my future self will thank me for.
Wake up and make today matter, for this day has been given to you as a gift. Do whatever you can to make it matter and when it is done, simply say thank you and dwell with the satisfaction of getting it done. God bless your day.