Sometimes it’s a good thing. A slow start. Often that’s how things get going.
In sports, you’ll see athletes of all kinds warming up so when the competition begins, they are closer to capability, able to go full speed from the start.
In life otherwise it’s similar: the earlier we get going into the day, the easier it is to ramp up and perform at the necessary level. At home, at school, at work, pretty much everywhere, this simple reality rings true.
And as much as we focus often on our performance, on our to-do list, on the tasks for the day or the project, sometimes it’s a good idea to focus on the start itself. And sometimes it’s a good idea to just let it unfold. No firm intent beyond letting it be; maybe there’s a goal beyond, maybe not really.
Sometimes, just let the day be what it will be.