Tracking Your Day-to-Day

 Quote of the Day:
"You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine." ~John C. Maxwell

Questions to Ponder:
Does the way you start and/or end your day tell the story of your goals? Do you have an intention of a daily routine, but some days you find yourself too busy to stick to it? Are you tracking your progress (or lack of progress) on a daily basis?

Action Step:
I invite you to participate in an experiment with yourself. Determine which daily/weekly activities you would like to consistently do (you may already be doing some of them, which is great!) Create a chart which lists the days of the week and the activities you've selected. Simply make a check-mark next to each activity you do each day of the week. At the end of the week, tally your results. How did you do? What do you notice you are committed to? What do you notice that you don't have/make time for? Why might that be?

Tracking your progress (not just your results) is how we achieve something. If we notice early on that we are not doing certain intentions we've set for ourselves, we can redirect and get back on track more quickly.