Switching from a summer to a fall routine can be tricky. “Summer has a different rhythm,” said Sibel Babacan, a certified professional life and leadership coach in Boston for the past 11 years. “There is just a more relaxed sense of our days.” However, the final weeks of summer are a perfect time to put concentrated thought into your fall routine so that it’s successful, Babacan said. Ahead, she offers five tips for developing — and sticking to — a new routine this fall. 1. Create a log. Babacan asks her clients to keep a log of their days for at least a week, but ideally for two weeks, so that they can examine the data when creating a new routine that works. You’ll want to log the major activities of your day and your energy level while doing them, she said. Make sure to include the time you wake up, go to bed, and what you eat for meals as well, she said. “You get a sense of how your days are,” Babacan said. 2. Spend time visualizing. Analyze the data from your log and then, armed with that knowledge, spend a fair amount of time visualizing your fall… Read full this story
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