Just for Today (8)

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8. Just for Today, I will have a programme. I will write down just what I expect to do every hour. I may not follow it exactly, but I’ll have it. It will save me from the two pests – Hurry and Indecision.

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I am finding that having a ‘to do’ list is really helpful in this time of being isolated at home. I have done some really mundane tasks that were at the bottom of my priorities but it felt good to get them done. I also plan some leisure time and exploring hobbies that haven’t progressed much in the past. For example I have tools and guidelines for calligraphy but haven’t invested much time or effort. Today I decided to go back to basics and start afresh – take time to check I have the right pens, ink, instructions etc. It turns out I have all I need so I just need to practise.

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  1. I learned calligraphy decades ago and used it extensively. Life got busy and the pens are stored in a special box, untouched for years now ☺️ Linda

  2. I have that not having a plan or schedule has been rather refreshing… We do reflect at the end of the day in what we have done… it’s been surprising jusy how much we have achieved in what many would call a haphazard way, certainly unplanned. Been rather nice to take it as it comes. (I of course should add that walkie with little Buster is a definite each morning) 😊

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