I have been taking about routine with a lot of my coachees recently so I thought that today would be as good a time as any to share with you how routine helps you to be happier – and to share my experience of being using routine to help me through depression and anxiety. I know that routine comes with connotations of being boring, monotonous and trapping and I will admit to having been on that wagon too in the past.
I am sitting here feeling rather chuffed with myself for getting so much done and it is only 9:15am. It got me thinking about the importance of getting things done so that you can concentrate on the things that you want to be doing rather than the things you think you should be doing. We all have stuff that needs to be done that we would rather not do – I saw this meme on Facebook the other day and it
Ooh, I do like the alliteration of putting planning in place – yes, I am a HUGE geek and proud of it too! But yes, I have had a lot of clients and fellow coaches lately showing a big resistance in planning. I LOVE planning (could be the geek in me again) because I find that it gives me focus, keeps me organised and helps me to get things done while freeing up time to do the things that I