My dream schedule?

From Farnam Street:

Consider the daily schedule of famed novelist Haruki Murakami. When he’s working on a novel, he starts his days at 4 am and writes for five or six continuous hours. Once the writing is done, he spends his afternoons running or swimming, and his evenings, reading or listening to music before a 9 pm bedtime. Murakami is known for his strict adherence to this schedule.

Yup this is an older one and it was first written about, to my knowledge, by Paul Graham. The first paragraph almost caused my heart to skip a beat because it sounds like the perfect day to me in so many ways. Get up early, be creative for a number of hours, then get outside in the mountains.

Now to keep making my day more like that through 2019.

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