Today, as we continue our series on Living Through Your Highest Self, we will focus on how a morning routine can help you rise above daily stress, so that you can live more aligned and empowered.
We all know how hard it is to operate out of your Highest Self when you are anxious, overwhelmed, or exhausted! When navigating times of stress, it is important to establish a morning routine that fills you up.
A morning routine is especially helpful on the days we wake up feeling not so great. Maybe we had a bad dream or tossed and turned all night. It makes a big difference when you start the day off in the right mindset. A positive morning routine ensures that you set your day up for success.
We all have our own unique success formula. So when you create your morning empowerment ritual, be sure to consider what will work best for you. Today's resource will give you some tips and suggestions for how to create an intentional morning routine. Enjoy!
PS- Remember to join us live on Facebook every Friday at 11:30 AM (AZ Time) for Fresh Perspectives Friday! We will be offering tips and tools to inspire you and end your week on a positive note!
How to Create an Intentional Morning Routine
By: Balance Through Simplicity
"Henry Ward Beecher once said that the first hour of the morning is the rudder for your day. I know in my own life that when I’ve had a good start to the morning, the positive vibes continue into the rest of the day. Putting it another way, when I’m running late, stressed out and getting shouty with the kids, I’m pretty grumpy when I arrive into work and not my usual, productive and motivated self. Not the way I’d like to enjoy my intentional day, either at home or at work!
How do you feel about your own mornings? Do they support you to have a positive, upbeat kind of day or are they all a bit of a blur if you’re rushing to get yourself, your kids and even possibly the dog, ready for the day ahead?
If your morning routine needs a little overhaul, here are some tips for creating an intentional morning routine."
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By Laurel Elders, PCC
IICT Founder / Senior Faculty