Daydreaming is inherently flexible.
You don’t need to set aside time for it or plan how to execute it properly. It effortlessly arises and plays out until you shift your focus back to your responsibilities.
Last week, I talked about getting more out of your expectations, and today I’m going to talk about a daily writing practice that helps you get more out of your daydreams.
It only requires 15 minutes, and it doesn’t always have to be done at the same time.
And I’ll let you know what the glass of water is for, too.