Day 80 of my 100 Day Attack is also a Day of Rest
Work six; Rest one is a good-living formula that has been in civilizations for millenia.
Even with my 100 Day Attack where every day is important to the final outcome, this formula still holds true. I have enjoyed each Sunday with its gratitude, rest and recreation aspects. (Read recreation as Re-Creation)
Since Day 100 is a Saturday, then I will surely swing into Day 101 as a day of Big Gratitude.
You might think that instead of being a Clock watcher, I have morphed into a Calendar watcher. Not so. And yet, I am aware of each day and my demands to get the most from it.
I know what my income producing activities are. I have refined them, discarding where necessary, and I have increased them in 10 day increments with my 1.1 multiplier. The compounding effect has taken over: with seemingly minimal effort on my part, I can meet the increased demands on my activity.
I expect the end result will be the establishment of a new norm, a benchmark for future expansion.
With 80 days gone, I am well into "my second wind", a term I have not used since younger, athletic days, but one that is now event appropriate.
For those who doubted the wisdom of one hundred days of sustained effort, I am gald that they have long since stood aside and turned their comments to other impossibilities.
I am happy to report that the human spirit has plenty in reserve, and can be tested by anyone.
Ready again to Work six, Rest one.
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If you are wondering what my comment on my 100 Day Attack are about, you might read a couple of my posts made as reports at the end of each ten days.