Mental illness can leave us wandering about through our day, unfocused and aimless. Sleeping too much, watching too much television, and other forms of inertia, caused by depression and anxiety, are all too common.
Sometimes routine is a solution to our inactivity problem. Showering and making the bed everyday, doing one small chore every two hours, and eating meals at the same time are all examples of keeping a routine. Writing down our routine or a small list of things to do each day can help us achieve our goals.
I will state my intentions for today by creating a list of one to three things I would like to accomplish, and whether I accomplish them or not, I will know peace.
Glad to read this post. I actually wrote mine down on a piece of paper and placed it on my desk so I wouldn’t forget.
This is very true, I keep my routine the same daily as being different can knock me. I’m blogging my own journey at the moment https://lydiadepressionblog.wordpress.com/