Quotations and Advice for Realistic Living - Day Twenty



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1. Take a bath or shower. Wear cologne, perfume, deodorant, floss and brush your teeth. Shave.

Again, same routine, no clothes.

2. Bed made, room picked up, laundry washed, kitchen clean, floor scrubbed. Check the toliets and sinks.
3. Review yesterday's hourly chart and make new chart for tomorrow.

Add to your lists of unproductive and productive activities.

4. Two more photos.
5. Contact friend or relative that you haven't talked with during the last month. Write a short email "catching them up" on your life since last you saw them.

Make a copy of this email and file.

6. Everyone complains at work about something. This seems to be human nature. Pay very close attention about who complains and what they complain about. At the end of the day, start a new list that documents who complained and what they complained about. Record the approximate amount of time that you spent listening to them.

7. If appropriate, include yourself on this list.
6. Two more "thank you emails."

Print copies and put in a folder.

7. If you have not already done so, in your notebook, make a list of your approximately monthly expenses... rent, food, ect. Compute a rough monthly total of these expenses.
8. At the end of the day, sit quietly in your living room or bedroom and write down the three or four things that you remember most about your childhood. Again, a new page with lots of room so we can continue adding to this list.
9. Put $1.25 in cash in a glass on your bedstand.
Accumulating tasks... just a reminder---

Eye contact always with everyone you meet. Making your bed. Receipts. Photos. Names of any new people you meet. Background notes on the people that you have trouble liking. Growing lists of productive and unproductive work behaviors. Lists of likes and dislikes in your house.


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