I won't be posting on Saturdays because I observe that day as God's Sabbath day of rest.
So Sunday is the first day of the work week for me, and I usually use it to catch up on housework and plan the schedule for the coming days.
"Either you run the day or the day runs you." Jim Rohn
"Never begin the day until it is finished on paper." Also Jim Rohn
You will notice that I love Jim Rohn. His teachings paved the way for me to be able to handle my renewed health when it came. I am actually still scrambling to figure out how to live again. Twenty-three years is a long time to be limited in activity.
So these are some of the areas I need to improve upon: Housework, Cooking, Yard work, Business, People skills, Marriage. Pretty much everything.
This is going to be fun, interesting, and at times frustrating. In fact, it already has been in the six months since I got to start living again. I'll be posting on all these subjects and more. If I seem to lean more heavily on one topic for awhile, forgive me. My personality is such that I like to dive deep into one thing at a time.
Call to Action
Do you plan your week on paper? If not, give it a try! At first, I found that my plans didn't match reality, so I have started by simply recording what happened in the past week. After awhile, this gives me a picture of what I can realistically expect, so I'll be able to plan accordingly.