With work, life and tri training, stress can seep in. One way to help avoid that is to be proactive. For example, today is a very busy day filled with three meetings and final editing for an article and TNG Real Estate’s annual CSR report.
With so much going on meant tri training needed to be finished by 6:30 a.m., and that meant getting in the pool by 5:30 a.m., which meant last night I needed to be proactive – cook breakfast, pack clothes, fill up car. With that done the night before meant that this morning @ 5 a.m. my only job was to get out of bed, put on my swimsuit, and drive to the pool.
Being proactive can make your day less stressed and more enjoyable.