I did my morning ritual and drove with my wife to a car mechanic.
I worked a couple hours for my employer.
I lifted my wife to a train station.
I wrote 1,000 words for my novel.
I went to a church with my kids.
In the evening I played a card game with my boys.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 20 minutes and 10 minutes.
I started the day from a call with my accountability partner.
I drove to a town for shopping. I broke a right tur-signal in my car when I tried to move my car from a very narrow parking place. Luckily, I was about to give the car to the mechanic for check-up the next day.
I spellchecked, formatted and published a Quora answer I wrote yesterday.
I submitted one of my old articles to a Medium publication.
I wrote 700 words for the Quora answer I started yesterday on the plane.
I made a barbecue for lunch and ate with my kids (my wife was at work).
I wrote a long reply to a Quora comment (220 words) and answered an email from my reader (280 words).
I adjusted the manuscript of Master Your Time for audiobook format.
I finished my habits and checked on my coaching clients.
In the evening I worked for my employer for about an hour and formatted and published a blog post.
I slept 7 hours. I napped twice for 25 minutes.
The day at work was crazy busy. Luckily it was also short.
We traveled to Luton airport by train. I wrote 230 words for a Quora answer. I added another 310 words at the airport.
I wrote 500 words for a new Quora answer on a plane.
I also did all of my habits, so back at home I went almost straight to bed.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 30 minutes on the plane.
I traveled to London today (a business trip from my day job). I woke up at 4 am and did my morning routine.
I drove to an airport, or to be more precise to park & fly car park.
Waiting for a plane I did some of my habits. During the flight I napped as well as on a subway train from airport to client’s site.
I wrote (650 words) formatted, spellchecked and published a Quora answer.
At the hotel I took a nap and started another quora answer (440 words).
I finished my habits and went to a pub with my workmate for one beer.
I slept 5.5 hours. I napped 1.5 hours on a plane, 30 minutes on a subway train from airport and 25 minutes at the hotel.
On a train to work I wrote 780 words brainstorming topics for future Medium articles.
On a train back home I wrote 400 words for my novel. I was spent after the hard day at the office.
I went with my daughter for her violin lesson.
I prepared for the next day trip.
I slept 6.5 hours. I napped 5 minutes behind the desk.
On a train to work I finished the broadcast to my list and added a couple of sentences to the one I wrote yesterday (620 words together).
At the office before work I wrote a Quora answer. Later I formatted, spellchecked and published it.
I submitted my two old answers to Medium publications.
I moved the article from proofreader into Medium, found and inserted appropriate images, made a few last-time corrections and submitted the article to the editor.
Straight from a train from work I drove to a mechanic and he fixed the car within half an hour. I took out my laptop and formatted the broadcasts I wrote yesterday.
I went for my church community meeting.
In the evening I checked on my coaching clients. Then I sent/ scheduled the broadcasts.
I slept 7 hours. I napped 15 minutes on a train back home.
I saw kids off to school and drove for the appoitment with my dentist. He did a quick job and we scheduled the next visit for the next Wednesday.
On a train to work I wrote 440 words for the September 2016 income report.
I went through the article from my proofreader and corrected it according to my needs.
I made a few tweaks in my Amazon ads.
On a train back home I finished the income report. I also wrote a broadcast to my list and started writing another one.
I lifted my daughter to her violin lesson. We did quick shopping. On a way back home something broke in my car.
In the evening I attended my mastermind’s call.
I slept 7 hours.