Recently I've noticed that whenever I do a thorough Weekly Review, without cutting corners, there comes a point where the tension starts to slowly drain from my body, my breathing becomes deeper, and my mind is more clearly focused on the present moment. As that moment emerges, I intuitively know that my WR is done.
For much of the week remaining, the sensation of relief remains. Interruptions are different than disturbances -- they don't reverberate afterward, and it's easier to recover my focus and get "back to ready." Once a WR is complete, I can spend the rest of the week punching off checklists instead of constantly rethinking what I need to be getting done.
So recently I've started of thinking of the WR as a modern form of meditation for an information intensive age, rather than traditional forms of meditation for which a "simplified" lifestyle is more conducive (e.g. being a monk). Has anyone else felt the same physical/emotional sensation after a Weekly Review?