Simple changes to your morning routine and mindset can change your lifestyle
While some people complete their morning run and shower by 6 a.m., not all of us are early risers with a heap of motivation at the crack of dawn.
For others, waking up in the morning is mixed with feelings of anxiety, fatigue or simply a complete lack of motivation to begin another routine-fixed, monotonous day.
Have you ever noticed how easily you jump out of bed when you have a fun event or a vacation flight to catch?
However when you try to wake up at that same hour to work out or get errands done before work, you tend to linger in bed.
More than the impact of fatigue, we often suffer from the negative thoughts in our head.
A simple morning ritual reminding ourselves everything we have to be grateful for, and how much we will profit from the activities we get up early to do can set us on the right track to opening up extra hours in our day (which add up over time) to improve our lives.
Eliminating things that have long been on our to-do list can be one of the most gratifying decisions you make – and it will lead your life to be a fuller, more productive and happier one, in which you will appreciate yourself more and have more motivation to get up early the next day and begin another day full of accomplishments.