Yesterday I chose as a day of rest, so today I figure I'd better get back to my movement activities. I thought I'd experiment with how I chose what to do and when to do it, and just see what I managed to accomplish rather than have set amounts of time and activities.
It worked well for me. I rode the airdyne exercise bike for at least 40 minutes, while watching the Oprah show on TV and hanging up clothes from the dryer during commercial breaks. Later I went for a cool walk outdoors of more than 20 minutes.
For some people having a set day and time for specific activities works well. But for others, like me, for example, it may be best to have a general intention of what they want to accomplish, and then allow for a great deal of flexibility and options in when, what, and how we get there.
I think it's particularly important for people to tailor what they do to their own ways, what works for them, in the manner that is most satisfying for them.