On W’s

*Wins can be:
Meal prepping something delicious for the next couple of days.
Organizing and updating your planner or calendar.
Cleaning a closet you’ve been wanting to get to.
Catching up with emails.
Getting some movement at the start of a day.
Meditating.
Remembering to take vitamins/supplements.

*Wins can also be:
Remembering to hydrate. And repeat.
Resting when you’re tired. For short periods.
Taking a hot shower.
Scheduling a haircut.
Doing a load of laundry or doing dishes/pots and pans.
Calling or texting with a caring friend.
Watching a TV show you enjoy or reading a book that is uplifting.

Everything accumulates.
Not just laundry, but the Ws.

Also see The Morning Routine Checklist.

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