Creating a productive morning routine is the KEY to having a productive day. With wanting more structure in my life, I knew I had to create a productive morning routine that would keep me motivated and encourage me to keep up with that routine.
How to create a Productive Morning Routine
- When thinking about what you want to include in your morning routine, first think of everything you do automatically each morning when you wake up. For me, this was things like: let the dogs out, drink water, have breakfast, get dressed.
- So, once I wrote all of these things down I thought to myself, what other tasks do I want to include that I usually put off until later in the day but never got around to doing. These can be things like working out, reading, doing a load of laundry, or tidying up the kitchen.
- Next, decide how much time you have available to devote to your routine each morning. I personally work from home so I devote 3 hours to my morning routine. I wake up at 6 am and wrap up my routine at 9 am, then I start my workday. Don’t put too many tasks in your routine to where you don’t check off any of the boxes. However, don’t put too few to where it doesn’t move the needle when it comes to being productive.
I really believe creating a successful productive morning routine includes what you do naturally when you wake up plus any tasks you usually put off until later in the day that inevitably never get done. Getting those tasks marked off your list early in the day not only moves the needle in terms of productivity but also gives you the satisfaction of having a few small wins before you even start your workday.
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