May 16, 2024

Creating Morning Routines


 "When things are put in the physical form and you accomplish them, it increases your positive self-identity. Women who have positive self-identities are women who make strong decisions. They are the women who change the world!"
~Kristen Bowen


Struggling with mornings? I was too until I changed my approach. Instead of aiming for perfection, I created different levels of morning routines. From a basic to an ultimate routine, each step boosts my self-identity. By accomplishing even the smallest tasks, I feel empowered for the day ahead. Want to feel the same? Try setting achievable morning goals tailored to your needs. It's not about perfection—it's about progress. Let's start rocking those mornings together!
  • Identifying the Struggle: Waking up with big plans but feeling like a failure when unable to complete morning routines.
  • Perfectionism Trap: Struggled with perfectionism, leading to rumination and a sense of underachievement.
  • Shifting Perspectives: Realized the need for a different approach to morning routines.
  • Creating Multiple Levels: Developed different levels of morning routines based on energy and time constraints.
  • Base Underachiever Routine: Started with a simplified routine focusing on key actions.
  • Simple Actions, Big Impact: Embraced small actions like dancing, deep breathing, and positive affirmations.
  • Four Pillars of Well-being: Structured morning routine to address physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects.
  • Flexible Approach: Routines range from an ultimate routine for optimal days to bare basics for challenging mornings.
  • Celebrating Progress: Embraced the journey and celebrated small victories.
  • Rewards of Accomplishment: Earned dopamine boosts, lowered cortisol levels, and increased magnesium levels by achieving set goals.
  • Tailor Your Routine: Customizing your routine to your needs with the phase of life that you're in.

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