I interviewed hundreds of people in search of the perfect routine — I realised there isn’t one
Embracing daily interruptions and curveballs could be for the best. In our pursuit of improvement, we're often told consistency is key. But obsessing over productivity means ignoring how our days vary and how we vary within them. Madeleine Dore,' author of "I Didn't Do the Thing Today", reveals that after speaking to hundreds of people about how they construct their days, she discovered that "there is no one routine that fits all."
From The Guardian