Day 3 and Day 4

it’s my birthday today and yes i do let that be an excuse to be shitty

#ofwakingupearly

failed on day 3 cos i had a (virtual) games night with friends the evening before and got too excited and couldn’t fall asleep.

last night i was at a friend’s place, who is pretty much my neighbour.

lesson learnt: be alone and wind down in peace at night

#ofCode

nope

#ofMeditation

28.5 breathes on day 3. hahaha day 4 is such a disaster

Day 2

i finally have bright lights at home!


#ofwakingupearly

snoozed a little but woke up too. pretty tired.

#ofCode

it was definitely less than 1.5hours but it’s something. just day 2 and i have lowered my standards to “no zero days” is fine too

#ofMeditation

31 breaths. the first 5 minutes were pretty good and then bye bye

Day 1

day 1 was eventful. im having muscle soreness from IKEA furniture lol

daily/weekly updates

#ofwakingupearly

kinda hit snooze but a minute later i was up cos i was terrified of something unknown. feeling very groggy and made a cuppa. probably taking a nap in a bit

#ofCode

quite good but got interrupted by homemaking assistances…and my home is not even near yet being a home. really pissed at IKEA now

#ofMeditation

holy crap i missed it. oh well, let’s try again tomorrow

Day 0

why is there a day 0 you ask? cos i failed on the first day. LOL. anyway, might be nice to lay down some bright-line rules. it sounds crazy to tackle three things at the same time, but they all kinda complement each other, so why not.

daily/weekly updates

#ofwakingupearly

practically overslept for three hours because my Apple Watch didn’t wake me up successfully….uhhhhhhhhhh. well for tomorrow im setting an extra alarm.

basically this means no snoozing and jumping right out of sofa (for now) when the alarm rings. nothing crazy here

#ofCode

no studying (reading, watching videos) programming but real coding. for the first few weeks i’d have to busy myself with my professor’s code examples. then Codecademy. at least 1.5 hours a day.

#ofMeditation

10 minutes of mindfulness, that’s all.