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6 Things to Consider Adding to Your Morning Routine

Updated: Sep 13, 2023

Mornings lay the foundation for our entire day, setting the tone and pace for what lies ahead.


If your day is usually run by a busy schedule, then we know you’ve probably skipped over a morning routine too many times to count or just haven’t gotten a rhythm down to ease into your day with a routine.


However, morning routines can very well make the difference between approaching your day with a relaxed, positive mindset or one run by anxiety and stress.


Integrating intentional practices into your morning can have a positive impact on your productivity, mindset, and overall well-being every day.


Not sure where to start? In this blog post, we will share 6 things you can consider adding to your morning routine to help you start your day with renewed energy.


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Hydrate Your Body With A Glass of Water + Vitamins

After a night of rest, it is worth starting the day with a glass of water to refresh your body and kickstart your daily hydration goals.


There are many benefits to drinking a glass of water every morning. It can jumpstart your metabolism, support your digestion, and aids in flushing toxins.


Drinking a glass of water is a simple yet great habit to add to your morning routine.




Read Affirmations Applicable to Your Life

Start your day with positive affirmations to boost your self-confidence and set positive intentions.


We recommend seeking affirmations that apply to what you are trying to overcome in life or what you want to improve.


You want your affirmations to reflect your goals and aspirations so they are useful and helpful when you repeat them daily.


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Journal Your Intentions for the Day

Journaling in the morning is a powerful way to tap into your mental and emotional well-being before diving into the day.


Dedicate 30 minutes each morning to putting pen to paper and creating a sacred space for self-reflection and introspection.


Write about your fears going through the day, your hesitations, but also what you are excited about and your goals.


This will help you track growth over time and make you more mindful and self-aware.


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Replace the Act of Checking Your Phone with Reading

We are all guilty of rolling over and immediately reaching for our phones, only to end up scrolling from our beds for the next hour.


It’s unproductive, and before you have gotten the chance to form your own thoughts going into the day, you have already filled your mind with the thoughts of others.


Instead of checking your phone, get a book you’ve always wanted to read and spend time reading instead of adding to your screen time.


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Incorporate An Enjoyable Form of Exercise

Exercise is usually incorporated into most morning routines, and it’s for a reason!


When you prioritize physical activity early in the morning, you kickstart your day with a surge of energy that is undeniable.


Opt for a form of exercise that is enjoyable to you so it’s sustainable. Whether it’s going for a short walk or taking a yoga class, the goal is to simply move your body.


It makes a difference and is a great habit to add to your routine!


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Listen to a Motivating Podcast

Lastly, as you complete your morning tasks, put on a podcast that motivates you to pursue your goals to the fullest extent.


As you listen to thought-provoking conversations or captivating stories, you're providing your mind with fresh perspectives and knowledge to start the day.


This mental engagement can stimulate your mind and help carry you through the hours ahead.


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Thank you so much ..

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Unknown member
Aug 15, 2023

This was fabulous and encouraging thank you and blessings

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Marvellous M
Marvellous M
Aug 15, 2023

Early morning walks/jog and then devotional reading help with starting my work day in the right mindset. Thanks for the other ideas!

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Tiffany Moore-Jackson
Tiffany Moore-Jackson
Aug 15, 2023

I keep reading articles like this and need to put it into practice

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Sondra Yvonne Hill
Sondra Yvonne Hill
Aug 12, 2023

Confirmation!

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