The last few weeks have been fine, but not great, and not very well executed. I’ve been increasingly busy, but have lost a lot of efficacy running around to make things happen.
For this week, I want to cast off a lot of the extras and get back to basics. Focus on sleep and getting in a quality breakfast every morning so I can successfully work during the day. I typically waste quite a bit of time in the morning; I’d like to get in the habit of popping out of bed, showering and eating right away. Ideally up at 6, showered and breakfasteded by 7 or 7:30.
I won’t be traveling hardly at all this week, so I should be more rested and feeling physically better (back and neck were killing me last week).
1) Sleep 8 hours a night (10pm-6am) for a total of 56 hours of sleep during the week
Sleep has been improving somewhat, especially if I focus on getting to bed. Hitting this hard this week, with a focus on popping out of bed.
Bought a vaporizer for better air quality in the room.
2) Quality breakfast everyday
Heather and I both do better when we eat enough in the morning. This past week I ate out a lot in the morning; an expense I was willing to take as I pushed through the new experiences. Now that I am better adjusted, I want to eat well at home. I have the time, I just need the focus.
Even bought a toaster oven to make better hot foods.
- Eggs, ham, cheese scrambler
- Hash browns
- Butter Coffee
- Possibly toast
- 8oz+ of water
- Need some sort of fruit thing
3) Document certain health habits for all seven days with 100% accuracy
Documenting is the whole point of this and I need to take it more seriously. Including, but also not limited too:
- Document with 100% accuracy the amount of sleep I get
- Document breakfast every day. Not necessarily calories, just what I ate.
4) Earn $1,500 through 30 hours of billable work.
My time is now full. I am booked to work and now I just need to plow through. Ordinarily I have an eye on gaining more work. Now that I don’t need to do that, I should focus on my efficacy; just getting as much work done as possible.
There is a small chance I can earn $2k on 40 hours, but I’m not certain I will have the energy later in the week.