There is always a lot of talk about downsizing and rightsizing. Let's look at thiese concepts in a small immediate way. How can you rightsize your day? Let the day starting tomorrow be your practice day. First let's define rightsize. Rightsize means creating a day with enough hours to do the desired tasks at hand, a day with some form of joy and laughter, healthy eating and physical activity. We can plan our day by getting our "to do" list planned ahead of time, making sure we have the ingredients for healthy eating and include some form of physical activity. We can also work to connect with loved ones, friends and acquaintances. Some of you may also want to include some spiritual or meditation time.
Here are six elements of rightsizing your day!
1) Select tasks that suit the day
I say a day with enough hours to do the desired tasks at hand, I mean
creating a productive and effective "to do" list. One that is doable for
the hours we have available, leaving some wiggle room for unexpected
2) Plan to eat right
Create a menu
from what you have on hand, or figure out what you need to order to have
a healthy kitchen. Make sure you have plenty of water to drink, as
water will help energize you and keep you hydrated. Avoid
overindulgence. Make good food choices throughout the day and evening.
3) Include daily exercise
Every day needs some form of exercise. Make sure this is part of your day.
4) Cherish your relationships
Work to connect with the ones you love or care about.
5) Include joy and laughter
all need some fun in our daily life. This can be having a good
conversation, or watching a situational comedy to get our laugh on. We
can also find joy in nature. Just take some time to enjoy your
6) Work in some spiritual time or meditation
Whatever your beliefs, having some time spent on spiritual devotions or using some time to meditate will serve you well.
the six elements in mind when planning your tomorrow and every day
after. Rightsizing your day is the foundation of rightsizing your life.
This is a post from my other blog - Terry's Thinking.