This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 3
Well, today’s challenge from Natalie Sisson had me stumped for a while and was quite a challenge to write. I had never taken the time to think about my perfect day and what it means to me.
“Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself” – Ronnie O’Sullivan
My perfect working day would start waking up with the sun shining through the windows at 7am. I am often awake earlier whenever the birds start tweeting and chirping going about their day.
Breakfast is an important meal of the day and I have cereal with a cup of coffee while reading the paper and listening to the radio.
I drive to the office with no traffic hold ups. Living not far from the QE2 bridge and Lakeside in Essex means whenever there is an incident on the bridge there is always an impact on the roads.
Chatting with my sister, I walk to the office and once arrived, turn on my laptop and check my emails with a cup of coffee. I receive tasks from clients which I add to my working schedule and new enquiries. A positive start to the working day.
The rest of the morning I spend working on tasks and schedule time to catch up on social media until lunch time.
I have a break and if it is a nice day, go out for a walk around the shops. It’s nice to take some time out to have a wander and do some people watching.
Back in the office, I spend the afternoon with some personal development either catching up on a webinar or some training.
Time for an early bite to eat before I get ready for a couple of hours at the local Sports and Fitness Centre. I have a great evening working out in both Pump FX and spinning classes with a great group of people.
Back home from the gym with a nice refreshing shower and a cup of tea before catching up on social media. I feel quite energetic after the classes and catch up on some T.V. before going to bed. All ready to do again tomorrow!
What is your perfect day?
Read the previous posts in this blog challenge: