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Do you consider yourself a morning person? Or more of an evening person?
I love mornings or rather, I love waking up and see the new opportunities each wake up can bring. It’s also a moment to reflect and create a fresh start if need be.
Now I am a morning person and my routine pretty much sets me up for the day and I can reflect at the end of the day what went well and what didn’t go so well. And then, of course, do better the next day.
This is not a moment, however, to beat yourself up because you can only do your best at each given moment.
But no matter the time you wake up, having a routine gives you a solid start on the day!
So let’s talk about your mornings!
Do you set an alarm so you have time to exercise, meditate, journal or just have some quiet time to yourself? But then you keep hitting the snooze button until you are out of time to actually follow through with your intentions?
Some mornings are better than others, and if you have more mornings where you hit the snooze button, again don’t beat yourself up.
But here’s what I want you to reflect on, the days that you did get up with the alarm:
Did you feel different?
How much did you get done?
Did you get that “me time”?
How did that feel?
How do the days you actually get up compare to the ones you keep hitting the snooze button?
Chances are that the mornings you did manage to make it out of bed when the alarm woke you up, your day not only went smoother but you got more accomplished. And the days you slept through the snooze button you felt frazzled for most of the day.
My mornings start off with a cup of coffee and 5 minutes of just being, although there are some days, I am up and out of bed and ready to roll. But I notice the days I take a few minutes to just be, I feel calmer in my day. From there, I am focused on getting my kid ready for school and out the door and then it’s “me time”. I spend time journaling and prepping for my day according to my plan or make adjustments as needed.
The days I don’t get that “me time” I tend to not get much done because I didn’t spend the time getting myself ready not prepped for the day ahead.
I share this with you because your morning routine can without a doubt set the tone of your day. And if you can absolutely enjoy your mornings rather than feel grumpy about them.
Better Mornings = Better Days
How you start your day can have a big impact on how the rest of your day goes. Having a good morning routine sets you up for success for the day ahead so that you can have more FOCUS, ACHIEVE more, have more ENERGY and feel like you are LIVING A LIFE!