• William

    February 8, 2023 at 2:45 pm

    I’m a sucker for routines and it’s hard for me to break from routines. I do my absolute best during the work week to stick to the same daily plan. On the weekend it’s different and I’m not as strict about routine like I am Monday-Friday, but I still try to get to bed between 10-10:30.

  • jenny-livingston

    February 9, 2023 at 12:19 pm

    Personally, I can’t say that I experience “routine fatigue.” The only part of my life that follows much of a routine is my healthcare. My respiratory treatments have been a “built in” part of my day for so long that I don’t even really think about it anymore — I just do them. Things like pills and sinus rinses, those all happen in the morning and evening as well (following treatments). The rest of the day is kind of “anything goes” and I find a schedule far too stressful and constricting to be beneficial. I do enjoy the loosely structured routine of my mornings and evenings though.

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