Highly successful people often attribute much of their success to sticking to their morning routines.
Why is a morning routine so important?
✔️You become more confident, grounded, focused, and productive
✔️Improves and prioritizes your well-being, giving you the energy to be at your best and show up for others more fully
Bring out your best with these helpful tips.
✔️Drink 25% of your total water intake first thing in the morning. You wake up in the morning in a dehydrated state. Ever wonder why you wake up with brain fog? Your brain is made up of 80% water, so if you are dehydrated, you aren’t able to think as clearly. Feel better right away and start the hydration process early.
2️⃣ Go outside
✔️Get some sunlight. Soaking up the morning rays is a great way to set your circadian rhythm and get your vitamin D with less risk of sunburn.
✔️Clear your thoughts on paper. Writing in the morning can be a great way to release any anxiety caused by the thoughts running through your head. It also helps boost your memory and comprehension.
✔️Whether it’s gentle stretching or exercise, moving your body in the morning is a great way to have more energy, think more clearly, sleep better, and be in a better mood.
5️⃣ Find Inspiration
✔️Read, watch, or listen to something or someone inspirational to motivate you and get you in a positive mindset to tackle the day ahead.
6️⃣ Have a gratitude list
✔️List 3 things you are grateful for and shift your focus on all the good in your life. Definitely a mood booster!
✔️Want to be able to take on the stress of the day? Meditation improves your mood, focus, and stress management. In fact, consistent mindful meditation restructures your brain in as little as 8 weeks, making you mentally stronger and improving your overall well-being.
8️⃣ Anything that feels good to you!
✔️Give yourself the time and space to do something that helps you be at your best.
How do you start your morning?
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