Everyone has a different morning routine that works for them. I have thought about what could be a very productive morning schedule and this is what I have come up with. Hope you find this useful….
1. Make Your Bed
Start the day by making your bed and you’ll be well on your way to having a productive day. Usually, the bed makes up the biggest part of a bedroom and when this is made up, your room looks a lot better and brighter. Also, then you have a made bed, you can rest assure that when you come back from a long, hard day at work, you’ll have a nice, comfortable, well-made bed waiting for you to just relax in.
2. Healthy Breakfast
Your breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives you fuel to keep going so make sure you get a good nutritiously rich breakfast in the morning that will keep you going for the day.
3. Reflect on Your Yesterday
How was yesterday for you? Is there something you wish happened differently? Do you feel you were not as productive as you could have been? Or were you particularly happy about something? Review yesterday and see what you can learn from it; what can you make forward and what needs to be left in yesterday.
4. Make a list
Ahh… that infamous ‘To Do’ list. I personally love a to do list. It gives me an idea of what needs to get done in the day and what can wait a while. It also makes me accountable to myself- whenever I write out a list of things I need to get done, I think of it as a mini-contract to myself.
Try to incorporate some sort of working out into your morning; this could be something as simple as a brisk half hour walk to a full workout session in the gym. Working out makes you feel energised and refreshed and it sets you up for the day to be a productive butterfly.