Monday, September 15, 2008

My mothers rule.

Why is it whenever we have a disruption to our routine that it takes forever to get back into it again?

I think I know the answer. Since we came back from Adelaide, I have been running around like a headless chook trying to get my house tidy and washing all done. Every night we have the kitchen done and the lounge room in a presentable state but the bedrooms are not getting done and the washing is still behind.

It is because I am not planning my days and following my routine. I also have neglected my prayer time. I keep on telling myself that I will pray when I am back in routine and everything is done. If I keep on neglecting my prayer, I will never get back into routine. I know this from the past.

So, tomorrow morning I will get out my control journal and start with my morning routine and follow through with my daily chores. I will cross off my list as I do different things and hopefully get back on track.
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