I've created my morning routine with activities that allow me to honor those things. My morning routine is also one that fits me and is simple to me, yet powerful, and keeps me focused on the goals I have and the type of woman I am always working toward becoming. While I feel like everyone should have a morning routine, I know that not one morning routine will suit everyone, as everyone is unique.
With that being said, because there is no "correct" way to do a morning routine, I've provided 5 helpful tips to designing your own morning routine. Read on!
No matter who you are and what type of morning routine you are building for yourself, drinking water first thing in the morning is very beneficial for many reasons. Drinking water balances the lymph system, hydrates, purges toxins, purifies the colon, boosts metabolism, and increases the production of blood and muscle cells.
What gets you pumped up, excited, and inspired to give your day the very best? It could be inspirational music, reading, listening to an inspirational message, or even looking at inspirational photos. Whatever it is, be sure to make to make it part of your morning routine.
Feed Your Faith
Whatever faith you belong to, it should no doubt be a major focus of your morning routine. Because I practice prayer, spending time to pray, and read and reflect on spiritual material is definitely a part of my morning routine. Being spiritually centered, to me, is crucial for success and progresion.
Get physically ready for the day by including exercise of your choice to your morning routine. You may like cardio, going for a walk, stretching, body weight workouts, yoga, or even lifting weights. Doing a small bit every day will add up to major results over time, and your body will thank you for your beneficial choices in the long run.
Get Your Mind Ready
Being mentally prepared for the day is crucial! We never know for sure what will come our way, what will test us, or what will challenge us. It's safe to say that while we can't always control how we react to these things on any given day, we can control how we react to and handle them. You can get your mind ready by speaking good things over yourself and your day, setting your intentions, having a prep talk with yourself in the mirror, or acknowledging something to look forward to. The choice is yours, and ultimately, only you really know what gets you mentally equipped.
By: Saudia M