My day usually starts at 8 a.m. in the morning. I listen to the news while still in bed and after getting up, I need breakfast before I can do anything else and combine that with a look at the morning newspaper. After that I head up to the attic where I have my office and start up my laptop. The first thing I do every morning is start up feedly where all my blog bookmarks are kept in magazine style so it takes me only about half an hour to select those entries I really want to read and share with my friends and colleagues on my facebook page and my twitter feed. If there is any time left in the morning I like to watch webinars or documentaries that touch upon my work on my laptop.
After that I take a hot shower and get dressed. Because of a slight disability I am not able to work for hours on end so I plan plenty of breaks during the day in which I read or watch some DVD’s. The shower break is the first of many of those breaks.
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This article first appeared in the November 2011 issue of TILT Magazine ~ Therapeutic Innovations in Light of Technology.
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Mieke Haveman is an online coach & counsellor at www.safehavencoaching.eu, based in the Netherlands but working worldwide. She specialises in working with highly sensitive people and those coping with chronic pain. She is also a tutor at Online Training for Counsellors LTD.