Yes and no.
Most of what I do in a day is random and bizarre, so when someone says 'morning routine' or something I just smile... makes poor dh nuts, because he's constantly trying to order his world, and I just won't be orderly, but I find it aids creatitivity to really decide what to do, rather than running on autopilot. It's a good assassination-avoidance method: having no predictable routine.
That said, I also have lots of experience of being totally in-the-moment so when I get somewhere or finish something, I can't remember the journey. Funnier are the times I'm going, say, downtown, and find that the car has accidentally driven me in the direction of the grocery store... mis-directed autopilot! Of course, I do the same thing at home: go into the bedroom when I meant to go to the bathroom, and stand there for a moment of silence while I try to piece together what I had in mind when I started walking...
at 10:53 AM on Jul. 22, 2010