Not everyone can say that they are a morning person. Mornings can be rough, and starting your day can be such a challenge. Have you ever wondered how mornings can be so easy for some people? What do they do and what are their routines? Waking up a couple hours earlier may seem like such a burden, but doing this can create an effect of positivity, energy, and mindfulness throughout the rest of the day. Even those who think they are not one, can become a morning person.
Personally I like to utilize the free hours in the morning to get my workout and meditation in. I take time for myself before I have to take time for my responsibilities and everything else that comes with the day. Taking time for you during these hours can help to quiet your mind and increase mental clarity. The release of endorphins in the brain during exercise helps me to start the day off in a better mood, feeling happier, less stressed, and at ease.
Do you ever feel as though how you start off your morning is how the rest of your day is going to go. You make toast and it falls on the floor spread facing down, and you automatically assume the rest of the day is going to mirror that. Why not start it off at ease, get up and get active. Start off your morning with movement and positive thinking.
Set Aside The Time
Set aside the time for yourself in the morning. Commit to yourself, and you will be able to see and feel the positive difference in you and the people around you!
Article written by GUADS staff member Breanna with contributions from fortune.com