Take a second and think about the way you start your morning. Alarm goes off at 630 am, you hit snooze one or two times, you stare at your phone and mindlessly scroll through social media for 30 minutes, you get out of bed, shower, brush your teeth, get dressed, make a quick breakfast, go to work. You mindlessly move through your morning from one thing to the next without giving much thought to it at all. Whether you may realize it or not, this is a morning routine, but not exactly a healthy one.
The way you start your morning sets the tone for your entire day. If you start your day feeling rushed, you will never really feel at ease for the rest of the day. You’ll feel like you are trying to catch up, never really feeling like you are at the top of your game. If you start your day feeling overwhelmed and stressed about everything that you need to get done for the day, that stress will spill over into your day and will inhibit your productivity. It will make it hard for you to focus on the tasks you were initially stressing out over and can be emotionally draining.
Each morning is a new opportunity to start fresh, to set the foundation for a successful, productive day. It’s a time for you to be able to do little things every single day that contribute to you being the best possible version of yourself. Success begins the second you open your eyes and say hello to the new day ahead of you. Establishing a morning and an evening routine can help bring clear structure into your life and can help you build healthy habits that can spill over into your day-to-day life. It allows you to begin your day with confidence, peace, and a positive mindset, which can help you maintain your well-being and resilience in times of stress and uncertainty.
Are you ready to say goodbye to those morning routines that are holding you back and learn how to wake up with purpose?
Join me on December 9, 2020 as we dive into the importance of a morning routine, and use the tools shared in the workshop to truly set some new habits that are attainable and realistic.