So, today is a new day, it’s a regular work day, but, I have plans to be with my fiancé for dinner tonight and would rather not fell fatigued in that moment.
So, the idea behind this post is to detail how I will strategically conduct myself in order to conserve the energy I have, so I am less likely to get fatigued.
My initial plan for today is to complete errands this morning and complete more desk work this afternoon.
If required, I can take some time this afternoon and rest.
I find the way I’ve been getting energy after feeling fatigued is by just stopping, not talking, not moving, just being restful. All I know is, I sure feel a lot better afterwards.
- 5.30am – 2km run
- 6am – Bench pressing, bicep curls, 50 crunches, 25 squats, 25 push-ups (tricep focus, close grip)
- 6.30am – Breakfast
- 7am – Drive to work
- 7.30 – Start work after resting for a few minutes.
- 8am – Start my errands for the morning – This involved walking 1200 steps around the school grounds completing various physical tasks
- 9am – Get back to the office – complete some work in office.
- 9.30am – Head to admin and sort some things out.
- 10am – In the office sitting and working on various devices.
- 11.45am – Go for a walk to a neighbouring building to assist co-worker. Sit down in workroom while working on the devices.
- 12.30pm – Lunch back in the office.
- 1pm – Office work.
- 4pm – Leave the office and head for home.
- 4.50pm – Fatigue feeling – Head feeling heavy on left side. Hand feels slightly tight.
- 5.15pm – Head out to my fiance’s place, I’m feeling great at this point and am right for the next couple of hours.
- 7.50pm – Fatigue feeling – headache, locked up hand.
- 8.10pm – Feeling great again and symptoms don’t seem to bad.
- 9pm – Drive back home.
- 9.30pm – Still feeling great and not too fatigued.
- 10pm – Bed.
In summary, I would say that today has been a good day. Normally I get a bit tight in my hand by the afternoon, but, in the case of today, I was fine.