I am not asking the easy question that you answer with a day on an island beach sipping a fruity drink while a servant cools you with a palm leaf. Granted, this image is tantalizing, especially if your chasing the errant three year old around the house or breathing exhaust from a million of your closest friends on the commute home. I get that and can relate, but I am asking a question that goes bit deeper. Unless you have spent time thinking about your answer, it might be harder to detail than you first assume. Initially, my mind goes to a life of ease, but I have grown bored and ready to get back to work after a week or two of vacation. Laying around converting oxygen to CO2, just ain't that exciting and it's corrosive to our wellbeing. If you would be truly satisfied spending an entire year on the beach watching YouTube, then the rest of this is probably not for you, come back tomorrow for another Inquiry. This inquiry came up during a discussion with a good friend and we had a great discussion about how we spend our time, the people and causes we want to spend our lives investing in and clearly defining what we envision. I found several of the items on my perfect day list are things I am already doing, but perhaps not as consistently or as long as I would like due to the need to head off to the office or chores. When we define what the details of our perfect day, then we can make conscious decisions each day build a series of near perfect days. This knowledge will influence whether you read a book or binge watch another season of reality TV. As better decisions are made; you may find your closer to your perfect day than you thought.
What components are you already living? Who is apart of your day? Where would your perfect day take place? What would be the biggest changes from your current daily routine? How much would it cost to consistently live most days as you outlined? How would you expect to add variety to your perfect day?
What other question should be asked?