Why do I talk about my daily habits so much?
I was talking to a friend yesterday about them. She told me she didn’t get to exercise as much as she’d like, especially in busy times, and asked how I found time to exercise and write every day.
I asked how she got anything done without a daily routine.
A daily routine gives you and your day structure. Losing that structure, makes it easier to lose track of your values, rushing to do whatever apparently important thing appears before you, doing a lot of work, getting little done. I call that blowing in the breeze.
A daily routine that forces you to think puts things in perspective by giving you standard criteria to measure other things against.
A daily routine that forces you to breathe heavy and get your blood flowing keeps you healthy and keeps you from missing sleep, eating, and relaxation.
Life without sidchas is like running in sand. With them is like running on solid ground.
I recommend running on solid ground. Start your sidcha.
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