rou·tine

Dictionary.com tells me:

rou·tine

[roo-teen]

noun

1. a customary or regular course of procedure.

2.
commonplace tasks, chores, or duties as must be done regularly or at specified intervals; typical or everyday activity: the routine of an office.

3.
regular, unvarying, habitual, unimaginative, or rote procedure.

4.
an unvarying and constantly repeated formula, as of speech or action; convenient or predictable response:
Don’t give me that brotherly-love routine!

My problem has been that I want to take a break after I’ve set up my routine.  I’ve realised that I have to let things *get* routine before I even consider taking a break, but realistically, routines are at their most routine when you do them even on your day off…

It may seem like an obvious place to get to, but it took me a while to comprehend it.

Here’s hoping I have!

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