Schedules work well – until they don’t anymore.
The problem is that schedules, like good habits, take a long time to become second nature and are very easily broken. The fallout from a broken schedule can be numbing.
A schedule that is working well is wonderful. It provides structure and focus. The issues arise when life interferes and throws the schedule out-of-whack. An interrupted schedule can lead to self-reproach. Self-reproach can lead to inactivity. Inactivity leads to more self-reproach. This cycle of inactivity and self-reproach is a slippery slope, one that is hard to recover from.
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