Cutting Corners

One thing getting sick the last couple of weeks with COVID has taught me is the power of a good evening routine.

And the top of the list is going to bed early. I always knew that going to bed early and getting a solid night’s sleep was important, but I don’t think I quite understood how important.

But luckily being sick (flu-like symptoms) gave me the opportunity to see a few areas I had lapsed a little with my health and where I was cutting corners.

The kind of sick where it strains your eyes to read for too long, and thinking is out of the question, so the only energy you can muster is to re-marathon the Marvel Movies.

So instead of staying up super late, reading well into the night, I did the boring thing—I went to bed.

And funny enough, I felt more energized the next day (imagine that.)

This shouldn’t be a surprise, but it’s surprising how much it is.

It’s interesting how many corners we often cut and not realize (or blatantly ignore) we are doing them.

Q: Where are you cutting corners?

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,
— Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1108

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