February 20, 2008

Routine

First of all, let me repeat: "stormbringer erotic stories" are not here. It's not me. Got that? Capice? Comprendez? Sheesh, people keep clicking here to find something else. Sure, this is a good place to be, but come on.

Look at that, I've already broken from my routine. Funny thing is, routine is what I want to talk about today.

Routine can be a life saver. When you have repetitive work, you do it the same way every time so that you can be more efficient. For instance, the guy that gets up at the same time every day, has his clothes set aside and ready to go, briefcase packed, stuff he carries set out on the desk (money clip, guns, cell phone, all that), coffee maker is ready to start (or is on a timer)...you get the idea. No need to think too hard and distract yourself, then you get late to where you're going.

When you get the routine down and are comfortable with the work (and getting to it), you can introduce variations so that you don't get bored with it.

It's a tool, not a way of life. Being totally into your routine and getting predictable gets guys whacked in my business.

I suggest that you don't get too rigid on your routine, though, because not only can it make you unpleasant when you insist, you can get entrenched in being boring. There's enough of that in the world.

Send the little kids from the room, Bonnie, I have to talk about adult stuff and still not try to give this movie an adult rating. Don't be too routine in your love life. Boring is a death sentence in the bedroom. My favorite dance is the Bang Tango, but guys, don't bore (heh!) your woman. Some variations in the dance are nice. Give her some small surprises. Get advice from relationship experts like those at AskMen.com or Men's Health. Ladies, the same goes for you. And we don't know what you like or what you want if you just clam up and make us guess!

OK, the kids can hear the ending: Use planning your routine as a tool for mundane and repetitive stuff. But please! Don't let yourself be boring. There are places in your life for spontaneity. If not, you're a robot.

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