Thanks @evenstevenmoney. The only challenge I would turn down is a challenge to turn down a challenge. #mindception
My ideal day would be to wake up whenever the cat starts to bug me for breakfast, instead of an alarm clock going off at the ugly butt crack of dawn. I’d feed him and then feed myself a breakfast made from scratch: probably farm fresh eggs, gluten free toast, some fruit, and bacon with a lovely caffeine free Earl Grey tea.
My morning would be broken into several parts: writing, reading, and an activity. I’ve found writing is very therapeutic for me. As for the reading, I have more books to read than time, so I have to carve out special time strictly for that. Then before lunch I will spend an hour and a half working on a hobby of mine, whether that be stained glass, quilting, or some other new exciting hobby (like throwing clay or woodworking!).
After a quick lunch, I’ll prep things for dinner, if need be, as I spend a bit of time doing some chores around the house. Then I’ll play some video games for some brain engagement. After that, I’d work out. Either a run outside, hitting the bike trail through town, or even some simple body weight exercises at the park. A quick shower, then time for dinner.
I’d either spend the night hanging out with my partner, if I had one, or hanging out with friends doing some sort of activity (board games, softball/soccer league, trivia night, internet hangout). I’d go to bed when I was tired and sleep soundly, knowing I spent the day in the way that best fulfills me.
I now nominate @CentsiblyRich!