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Want to know how to go from being a zombie mom to energy on fire in the morning? Then you should consider having a morning routine.

Most of us go from task to task, checking off our to do list, without ever considering what we need for ourselves. The morning can be one of the best times to have that check in, to process emotions, set solid intentions and set the tone of the day.

So, let’s talk about the power of a morning routine and how having one can help you be more productive throughout the day:

  1. Having a routine in the morning is important because it allows your body to get into the flow. It allows you to not have to think about the decisions that you’re about to make, but just being able to go into motion, one thing after another.
  2. A good morning routine makes you more productive all day long with a clearer and a more focused mind.
  3. It helps you have loads of energy all day. Depending on what your morning routine is, it can uplift your spirit throughout the day so it is important to adopt a routine that is unique to you.

So, what is the first thing that you do when you wake up?  Most of us get on our phone, or a computer the minute we get out of bed to check social media or emails, this might not be the best way to start your day.  How you start your day can really have a positive or negative impact on the rest of your day so it is important to set the right morning routine that is unique to you because what helps you get energy might be different from mine. Here are some of the morning routines that gives me energy all day long:

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  • I get energy from spending spiritual time alone. I feel calmer throughout the day whenever I wake up as early as 5:00 am to have a Bible study versus if my kids just wake me up and I go about my daily chores. Try diffusing some essential oils to energize you, first thing.

  • Getting my workout in before I go to work. This gives me loads of energy throughout the day and from experience, whenever I don’t  work out early I often find myself procrastinating and I might end up not getting it done at the end of the day.
  • Listening to uplifting or inspirational messages. This can be in form of an audiobook, a podcast, or music that helps me get into an upbeat mood that keeps me inspired all day long.
  • Writing down my to-do list and going to bed at a decent hour at night. Our brain is such a powerful force that goes to work and start strategizing on our to-do list for the next day while we are sleeping and the morning we will already have a clear vision on how to go about the day.

 

To make your morning routine even better.. grab my 10-minute breakfasts for fast and easy mornings. 

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