Since starting my new job back at the end of August, my relationship with my laptop (and blog) has been non-existent. I look at a computer all day, so looking at one when I get home at night it’s at the top of my to-do list. It’s been tough adapting to my new schedule and day-to-day life.
Here’s a look of a normal Monday-Friday:
4:30am – Alex wakes me up via text (if we aren’t spending the night at each others place)
5am – Alex is in my driveway
5:15am – Arrive at Alex’s work, kiss him goodbye, and I head back home.
5:30am – Back in my bed and turn my alarm on for 6:30am.
6:30am – Turn off alarm and peel myself out of bed.
6:40-7:15am – Getting ready for work and packing my lunch/snacks.
7:20am – Out the door and off to work.
7:45-8:00am – Arrive at work, stop at the bathroom, and settle in at my desk.
8am-12pm – Working
12-1pm – Lunch which includes driving 3 minutes down the road to pick up Alex, I eat in the car, he brings me back to work, and we talk about our morning.
1-5pm – Working again
5:00pm – Alex picks me up and we decide on dinner.
6:30-7pm – Dinner is done, cleaned up, and I am vegged out on the couch.
7-9pm – Doing my best to stay awake while watching TV.
9:15pm – Shower
9:30pm – In bed like the exhausted 29-year-old that I am!
Somewhere in the business of my day I know I still need to make myself a priority. It’s hard, but I haven’t given up yet.