the word “routine” sounds boring. in fact, it’s often used to describe boring or unexciting things. but routine can have it’s benefits as well. take for example, a hectic work schedule and office. there are fire-drills, cranky coworkers, and last minute deadlines. but if you can add a bit of routine into all of that chaos, things are a little easier to handle. you stress less, and you’ll get more done because you’re focused on the routine instead of the drama around you.
sophie loves routine, as some of my long time readers have probably figured out by now. this past week, I’ve been away on work and pleasure trips, and I’ve missed sophie who stayed behind with the Mr. but after getting an update from my husband yesterday, I was so happy to hear that sophie was sticking to her routine while I was away. I knew that if she was adhering to her routine, she’d be just fine – happy, content, and not worried. so if things are crazy at work, remember to stick to somewhat of a routine as much as possible. it’ll keep you grounded when nothing else is.