A right discipline is not a regime that one imposes upon oneself from without. A right discipline begins with lived experiences of what is best, of intimations of the elongation and prolongation of what is best. Taking the idea of prolongation seriously, a right discipline makes explicit to one how it is possible to maintain oneself in the way of what is best.
The following is an example of right discipline from my own life. This thought I first expounded upon, in more generals terms, in this short post on living according to nature.
Waking with love before dawn
Walking meditation with love before and during sunrise
Preparing and eating a light breakfast in silence
Writing as spiritual exercise (ascesis) (as I do now)
Philosophical conversation with conversation partner
Brief rest and stretching (taciturnitas)
Preparing and eating a light lunch lovingly, in the spirit of laughter
Mysore ashtanga yoga or climbing alone (tranquillitas)
Philosophical conversation with conversation partner or Writing as spiritual exercise
Reading as spiritual exercise or Enzo as spiritual exercise
Making dinner as spiritual exercise
Eating dinner with spirited, lighthearted conversation
Walking meditation with love before and during sunset
Reading aloud in bed as exercise in natural eloquence or Eros as beautiful expression of love