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  1. Krista Moore says:

    I have heard of an Ideal day schedule before, but was a little confused. This explained it perfectly. Thanks for having such a useful and inspirational blog.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      I’m so glad to hear this was explained in a way that was easy to understand! Thanks for being here Krista ?

  2. Hi Shelby!

    Such a great way to put the timeline exactly in the middle <3 I can put on the left side my private appointments and on the right my work-related ones. This set-up gives me clarity and shows me as well, if my life is balanced, a big goal of mine for 2018. I was running too much in job mode the past years.

    Looking forward to more of your inspirations in 2018 🙂

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      That sounds like a great way to arrange yours Ela! Thanks for reading ?

  3. This is such a fantastic idea. I am going to try it out for sure! Thanks for all the great ideas and motivation:)

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      So glad this was helpful for you Jessica!

  4. I’m an OR Nurse, so I’m up at 6:00, to start my shift at 7:30. I get a 20min break to eat my breakfast, 30 minutes for lunch and another 20min in the afternoon. My shift ends at 17:00 and I’m home by 18:00h

    My goal for January is to figure out how to effectively use the 3 1/2 hours left in my day.

    Any ideas?

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Is there something you enjoy doing, Dee? I think that would be a great place to start. Maybe something that includes some self-care to wind down from such a busy day?

  5. This is such a great idea, I really appreciate you sharing this with me. Thank you so much!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thank you for reading Jane!

  6. Hi! I really like the idea of an “ideal schedule,” but I’m a little confused by some of it, I guess. I’m an athlete and still in school, so my schedule changes day to day. Is this schedule supposed to show my actual schedule? If not, how do I incorporate practices, a nannying job, etc?

    I love your blog! Thanks!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      If your schedule varies greatly each day, then it may be a bit harder to use it for the busy parts of your day where your schedule changes. However, if you want to be up by a certain time to do morning pages before you go on about your day (just as an example), or you want to find time to fit in a run/ workout or even some other passion you have, you could still use this for the beginning and end of your day!

        1. Thank you for the article. I have been struggling to find a perfect way to journal and plan my life since long but the nature of my job is highly unpredictable & dynamic so its a challenge for me to stick to my routine and plan which overwhelms and irritates me. please advise

          1. My best advice would be to pick your battles! If you can, try to nail your morning and bedtime routines and leave the middle of the day to be flexible. Or you can consider a habit marriage — this will allow you to pair a new habit or routine with an existing one and might allow for more flexibility than a standard schedule.

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