I am a creature of habit and there are certain things I do every day without fail. Looking back over my routine, quite a few things I do every day…
Feed Suji her breakfast (usually live-streamed)
Check the new kpop releases so I can…
Upload my first tweet of the day – featuring a kpop track.
Take Suji out for her morning walk.
Upload my second tweet of the day – the food-related Yes/No feature.
Review and respond to emails.
Review and respond to social media messages.
Review the news (online, mostly stock-related).
Track the stock market open.
Upload my third tweet of the day – Stargate-related, usually concept art.
11:00 a.m. lunch – my biggest meal of the day. Relatively early because I don’t bother with breakfast.
Track the post-lunch stock market moves.
Take Suji out for her carpet run.
Have a cup of matcha.
Snack on dark chocolate.
Feed Suji dinner (usually live-streamed)
Review the stock market close.
5:00 p.m. dinner = usually steel cut oatmeal with protein powder, almond butter, and blueberries.
6:00 p.m. workout = 30 minute run
Upload daily Suji picture to twitter, Facebook, and reddit.
Late night stroll with Suji
Cup of chamomile tea and manuka honey.
Shower before bed.
Watch videos with Akemi: playful otters, profiles of Asian cuisine, videos on Japanese culture, spotlights on the local Toronto food scene, stock market-related videos.
And that’s it, more or less. Oh, sometimes, my schedule gets shifted around (ie. I my tweet my food-related Yes/No tweet before my kpop feature), and I do find the time to squeeze in other activities like reading, going out for mochi donuts or, say, work. But I don’t like to mix things up too much. I am a creature of habit.
Concluding today’s entry on a sad note today with news of the passing of blog regular James E. Finch, Quantum Mechanic. In addition to our interactions here and on twitter, James was a participant in my fan zoom chat a couple of years ago. He was a thoughtful, spirited individual and his contributions here will be missed. My condolences to his friends and family