What if one day, you were awoken to the sound of rustling paper, only to discover a note pinned onto your pillow while you were asleep in which is stated that from now henceforth, you are required to follow a schedule so tight that you could forget to breathe?
I'm not a fan of schedules and routines. Deadlines are fine, but the step by step progress should be given some freedom. Alas, we live in such a world where routine does play a part, otherwise things may never get done. What you end up having is bored individuals who are always seeking for something new and exciting.
Anyway, I was sort of tagged by Anita from Ramblings of the Heart and Mind (well, she tagged me, but not this blog...) with this meme called My Daily Routine
What time do you usually wake up?
six thirty-ish on workdays and after nine on off days
What’s the first thing you do?
groan (if i recall correctly)
Low fat milk on the go on workdays and tea on weekends
Do you go to work/school?
Do you like it?
It keeps me occupied :)
If you stay at home, what do you do all day?
Read, go online or catch up with tv/music and ZZZZ
When’s lunch and what you eatin’?
Lunch has been substituted with brunch. What's in it varies based on what's available
What time do you get home from work/school?
What do you do?
Hmmmm.... this needs a post on its own, but to summarise it, I'd say I'm there to ensure that nothing teribble happens to whatever it is we make! Honestly, I'd rather talk about what I'd rather do :)
Dinner: When and what?
Late, and whatever that is available
What do you do to unwind?
Music and books. I used to think that blogging helped a bit when I was tensed up, but it doesn't have the same effect it had like say two years back...
What is your favourite part of the day?
At night right before I sleep
Who’s your favourite person to interact with?
Sister, I guess