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Creating a Mindful Morning Routine
August 2020 Lifestyle
  • Morning rituals swear by visionaries

It’s true what they say: the way you start your morning sets the tone for the entire day. When you create an elite morning routine and invest in yourself, your days are often filled with so much more positivity and productivity. You will undoubtedly feel more accomplished and less snowed under. Designing a daily ritual of healthy habits can help elevate your life, and bring in countless opportunities.

 

  1. Rising early

The ‘5 am Club’ is indeed a thing but it might not be suitable for everyone. However, waking up early every morning can give you the space to develop and invest yourself, and prepare for a productive workday.

  1. The 5-second rule

We can all be indecisive, especially when it comes to important decisions. So when you feel yourself hesitate, simply do the following: Countdown 5-4-3-2-1 and say ‘Go’, and move towards action. It's a simple and effective solution.

  1. Set your alarm for the same time every day

Research shows that setting your alarm for the same day each morning can have a wealth of benefits. Our circadian rhythm requires repetition which is why waking at a consistent hour helps your body adapt and habituate to your preferred schedule. 

 

  1. Ask & Write

We're all driven by personal ideas, goals, and philosophies that guide us on a day-to-day basis. Starting the day with a powerful question can be a great way to affirm ideas, beliefs, and values. To help you better visualize them, write them down. That way, you can look back at them later and reflect on your thoughts. 

  1. Nourish your mind, body, and soul

Start the day by giving yourself a nice stretch or even some yoga sequences, followed by 3-5 minutes of meditation. Then, enjoy a healthy breakfast and fresh juice. This will surely prepare you for a productive day!  

 

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