My Daily Morning Routine for Success


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If you’re anything like me, you don’t exactly love mornings. In fact, you might even dread them. While getting up and out of bed can be difficult, this period is one of the most important times of the day. When you wake up and become conscious of the world again, you have the opportunity to set the tone for the rest of your day. Following a good morning routine is one of the best healthy habits to do everyday. It can turn a day that would otherwise be stressful and busy into a good day.

For anyone who deals with depression or anxiety, having a happier morning can make a noticeable difference in your mental health. If you have a bad morning, there’s a good chance that the rest of your day will be off, as well. Good morning habits help you prioritize your mental health. You are actively focusing on lifestyle changes that benefit your mental health.

Healthy Habits to do Everyday

healthy habits to do everyday

Here’s my morning routine. Everyone’s different. So, your morning probably won’t look like mine. These are just ideas, not a step-by-step guide, do what works best for you.

Helpful tip: consistency is the key to making routines and habits stick.

#1 Wake Up With Alexa 

Alexa is there for me every morning, without fail! You too can set up a morning routine using your Alexa. In fact, there’s a “routines” function you can access through the Alexa app that gives you plenty of possibilities. There are so many daily routines and habits that Alexa can help with. You can have Alexa read you the latest news, start your coffee, and update you with the latest traffic information at a scheduled time chosen by you. She can even remind you to make your bed. That’s what friends are for! 

#2 Let In the Light

After Alexa has finished telling me about the day’s weather, I immediately open the blinds to let in the natural light. This immediately turns me into a happier person! Your body loves sunlight because it regulates your body’s rhythm. It also regulates hormones and neurotransmitters that help put you in a good mood. It’s like an all-natural mood-booster, 100% natural and free of charge. 

#3 Do an Easy Morning Stretch

You probably naturally stretch in the morning already without even realizing it. Most people do, as it is the body’s way of getting the blood flowing regularly again and decreasing stiff joints. This makes it one of the most important routines and habits to do each morning. I like to take my morning stretches a little further by incorporating a couple of minutes of mindfulness. While I stress, I think of a few things I’m grateful for. Even just being thankful for having a comfy, warm  bed to sleep in can lift your mood. 

#4  Eat a Nourishing Breakfast

One of the best morning routines for success? Eating a balanced breakfast. Sure, piling on sausage and bacon sounds delicious, but it’ll end up leaving you even sleepier than you were when you woke up. Starting your day off with the right food gives you the energy you need to get going. For example, you can add some fruit alongside your cereal, put some chia seeds in your greek yogurt, or spice up your oatmeal with a bit of cinnamon. 

# 5 Listen to Uplifting Music 

“Happy” by Pharrel WIlliams never fails to put a smile on my face. That’s why it’s an essential part of my morning routine. Music works wonders for the brain and body, making us feel energized, excited, and happy. An upbeat morning playlist is the perfect tool to help me feel like I can take on the day without feeling stressed, anxious, or groggy.

The only requirement? A playlist that is filled with upbeat, energetic beats. 

Create Your Own Mental Health Routines and Habits

There you have it: The perfect daily morning routine! In the end, a good morning routine is all about doing what makes you feel good as you rise and shine. Use some of these ideas or come up with your own healthy habits to do everyday. See what a difference these small changes make!

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