The Importance of Having a Routine In Federal Prison Camp

Having a consistent routine in federal prison camp is very important for the success of federal prison camp inmates.

Personally, a routine helped me focus on my post-prison life. I wanted to have a steady career as a writer. My routine was going to the library to write my journal. That journal will soon be reworked and published as Subprime Felon: Inside Federal Prison Camp. I also allowed time for other writing projects as well.

The routine I had also allowed me to work on myself. I allowed time to workout and create a workout routine with a  fellow inmate.  I also gave myself time to find spirituality and get a greater understanding of myself.

The biggest advantage to coming having a routine was the fact I didn’t get caught up in drama or too many of the politics of prison camp.  I was too busy doing what I needed to do. I didn’t have too much time for unnecessary crap. Those inmates who sat around, usually the newer inmates, would get caught up in

I was too busy doing what I needed to do. I didn’t have too much time for unnecessary crap. Those inmates who sat around, usually the newer inmates, would get caught up in drama over petty things like shower uses or television shows.

Another huge advance to having a routine was that it gave me something positive to tell my family.  Naturally, my family was concerned about me being in prison camp.

However, when I told them that I was working on books, studying, working out, and reading they became more at ease. Instead of picturing me stressed out or bored as hell or getting into trouble, they pictured me working to better myself just as if I was in college all over again.

However, when I told them that I was working on books, studying, working out, and reading they became more at ease.

Instead of picturing me stressed out, bored as hell, getting into trouble, they pictured me working to better myself. It was like I was in college all over again.

The video above tell more about the importance of a routine for inmates and their loved ones.

Also, I’ll be hosting a free webinar soon. I’ll be talking more about routines in prison, saving time off your sentence, and turning your prison sentence into a positive experience. To sign up for this webinar please go to http://www.subprimefelon.com/webinar.