Although I’m usually a morning person, there are some days when it’s hard to get out of bed at the crack of dawn. Or before it, during the winter months. The promise of a few extra winks of sleep or warm blankets on chilly mornings are awfully tempting to ignore. But for morning people, this often is our most productive time of day so lingering in bed can throw off our entire day.
If this also is a struggle for you, here’s the tip to take with you this week:
When I add things into my morning that I love and look forward to, it’s much more likely that I’ll get up and moving instead of hitting the snooze button endless times. For example, I love starting my day in prayer and in studying the Bible as these anchor me for the day. When I need extra motivation, I’ll brew a warm mug of black or lemon-ginger cleansing tea and diffuse a favorite essential oil. These activities wake me up enough that I’m ready to tackle my workout and my work.
There are endless possibilities of things to get you going…the satisfaction of crossing chores off your list first thing, the color of a favorite mug, the texture of a blanket, a favorite spot to curl up, a friend to meet or talk with, a place to go, music to listen to.
And while these activities, routines or favorite things might change over time or with the seasons or when they no longer hold wonder, the important thing is to find that certain something that puts a sparkle in your eye as your feet hit the floor in the morning.
Are you a morning person? What are some favorite things you love to do that could be incorporated into your morning routine?
Need a little help brainstorming…send me a message for a free mini coaching session on this.
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