Sunday, January 6, 2013


First order of business, my training schedule starts tomorrow - I'm excited!

Other order of business - in planning out what "busy season" (or the time during the year anyone in public accounting basically disappears from the world January-April) I realized that if I'm going to be able to stick with my fitness goals and not lose my mind I'm going to have to be really careful about where my time goes.

That being said, I'm going to focus on being meticulous about sleeping. If I'm home and it's bedtime, that means turn the computer off, put the magazines/books down and go to sleep. I'm too easily swayed into wasting hours at night because I'm so zoned out.

So, when possible (i.e. when work isn't requiring that I sit there until midnight - which they sometimes do) I need to follow the following schedule;

This will average me 7.286 hours per night over a 7 day period. Now, for those nights we work late, I'll just have to figure those out as they come, but I think this is a pretty good guideline for now. 

Anyone else have a better way to manage sleep than making elementary-type sleep schedules LOL?


  1. That's definitely a good way to start. I know you'll be very busy for the next few months and in order to stay healthy (physically and mentally) you will definitely need to sleep! It sounds like you're doing well though. I miss chatting with you!

  2. I do my sleep schedule pretty much the same way. I'm also apparently not 26 and am actually 80 years old because I will have some nights that I got to bed at 8 lol