11 Morning Routines That Can Make You Motivated And Productive

11 Morning Routines That Can Make You Motivated And Productive - Introvert Whisperer

The morning is possibly one of the most important periods of the day. If you work your morning routine right then you can set your day up for success. However, if you simply roll out of bed and into your workday without taking time out to kick start your day then you will probably have something of a terrible time.

 

Fortunately, there are plenty of things that you can do in the morning to make you motivated and productive for the entire day. These are generally simple, easy routine changes which are easy to implement and which can have a profound impact on your life. Some of the best things to do in the morning include:

 

1. Take time out to exercise:

Exercise is a simple and easy way to quick start your day in just a few minutes. Take time out when you get up to do a few minutes exercise and get your blood running. The easiest and most common way to do this is probably just to go for a walk around the block or around your local park. Alternatively, things push-ups and sit-ups can be completed in just a few minutes and will help you maintain your physical health.

 

2. Relax and meditate for a few minutes: 

Simple relaxation and meditation can help you get your mind in order in the morning, allowing you to start your day off fresh and without stress. This can help you be more productive throughout the workday, and can help reduce downtime and the feeling of being overloaded at work.  

 

3. Take your vitamins and other supplements: 

If you are lacking certain vitamins or essential minerals then it can be a good idea to take supplements. Taking these in the morning will allow your body to adjust, and will greatly improve your physical and mental health. This in turn will help to keep you motivated and to make you more productive throughout the day.

 

4. Substitute your coffee for a more appropriate beverage: 

Coffee is not a healthy drink and – despite what people think – does not help you focus. While it may keep you awake, you will find that your focus levels are dramatically reduced and that you are generally less productive. Substituting your morning coffee for something healthier such as tea will help get you off to a good start.

 

5. Read something inspirational: 

A bit of inspirational reading in the morning never goes astray. Try and go for things which are interesting and which will motivate you to reach for new heights in your career and personal life.

 

6. Put your dinner in the slow cooker before you leave for work: 

Healthy eating is an essential part of a decent lifestyle. Cooking your own meals is a great place to start. Take the time to put together a meal and leave it slowly cooking in a slow cooker while you are at work. By the time you get home you will have an amazing meal to look forward to!

 

7. Eat a healthy breakfast: 

Again, eating is extremely important. Eating a healthy breakfast is one of the key things to include in your morning routine if you are trying to motivate yourself and become more productive. A decent cooked breakfast will help you wake up, will get your blood flowing before you get into the hard part of the day, and will let you relax for a few minutes before work.

 

8. Take your dog for a walk: 

Exercise is just as important (if not more important) than eating well. Exercising in the morning will get your blood flowing, will help to wake you up, and will help to relieve any stress which you may be feeling. Simply walking around the block can be enough – try it today!

 

9. Read the newspaper: 

Getting in touch with the modern world before starting your day can help you put your problems into perspective. Reading a newspaper is a great way to do this – and it can also help you to relieve some stress and to simply forget about the complexities of your own life for a while.

 

10. Plan your day: 

Having a plan is one of the best ways to ensure that you are successful in your daily life. Start with writing down everything that you need to do during the day, and list things in order of their priorities. This will make you more productive, and should help to reduce procrastination and increase motivation.

 

11. Make your bed so that it’s nice when you get home: 

There is nothing better than coming home and jumping into a nicely made bed. Taking a few minutes in the morning to make your bed up nicely will give you something to look forward to during your busy workday, and can create some sort of symbolic ‘order’ in your crazily busy life.

 

Try and implement some of the above morning routine changes to make sure that you are as motivated and productive as possible in your daily life.

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