New Season, New Plan

Whatever our circumstances it can be helpful to stop and rethink our weekly routines. Lots of us did this at the beginning of coronavirus. Is it time to revisit this?

Perhaps we've got stuck in a rut? Even though nothing around us has changed much, this doesn't mean that we can't shake things up a bit and check that our routines are still working for us.

For those of us transitioning into new routines with school, work or other activities opening up we might want to make sure the new routines that are emerging include something for us too.

Here's 8 questions to think about when you refresh your weekly plans

  1. Are there any important routines for the person you care for (e.g. Medication, appointments, physio etc)?

  2. What is the most important thing for you to add or keep in your weekly routine (for you)?

  3. What about the rest of the family - what activities and events do they have?

  4. Who is it important for you to spend time with - how can you do this?

  5. What are the practical things that need doing? Who can help with this?

  6. How could you make the weekends feel different, fun or relaxing?

  7. What do you need to start or stop doing?

  8. What could you do that helps you to recharge?

Ready to make your plan? Download out planning template to get you started here

Watch this video for a trip down memory lane, we've come along way in 6 months but the same thinking might help now too.