30 Days of Boundaries Day 22: Tracking Your Energy Levels

Photo by  Thomas Kelley  on  Unsplash

Photo by Thomas Kelley on Unsplash

What's your energy levels feel like today? Has it been consistent throughout the day or do you see a lot of this throughout your day? Are you a morning person, whatever that means, or do you tend to find yourself more productive and awake later on in the day?

Each of us are wired a little bit differently. Each of us have what I like to refer to as a sweet spot, as far as when we should be doing work and when we shouldn't be. The key is to match your energy levels with the tasks that you have to do throughout the day.

Myself, I am a morning person. Again, whatever that means. I like loading up my early part of the day with tasks like to do lists, things that I should be working on to get things done. In the afternoons and evenings, I try not to overload with a lot of activities other than possibly follow ups or things that would take a few minutes to accomplish.

The key is figuring out what that looks like for you. Too many of us just aimlessly go through our days and we don't document our energy levels. We're not tracking those things. We're not tracking what we eat. We're not tracking our sleep patterns. We're not tracking anything. What happens when you don't do that is, again, you go through life aimlessly and you can't figure out why some days are better than others.

Imagine if you could spend days, weeks, months, even years mastering how you spend your time and matching your energy levels to the things that you want to do. It's possible. I have that system. I use it. I've developed it over the last eight years and it has made a tremendous difference in my life. It's given me the flexibility to do what I want, when I want, and where I want. You, too, can have that.

What are some areas that you need help with as far as tracking? In the coming days, I'll be releasing this new tool that will help you be able to track your days much easier and be able to accomplish what you want to accomplish so you can do the things that you truly want to do.

Until tomorrow, be well.