Routines for a good day
Have you ever thought about how automated you are to do certain things every day? That you have a physical need for action and that you often do it unconsciously? This is how daily routines work, which require patience to become the mechanical habits of your daily life.
Developing habits takes some work. The first step is understanding how habits develop in the first place. Habit is essentially inertia, the strong tendency to keep doing what you have been doing (or not doing what you have not been doing). Research suggests that if you stick with behavior for approximately eighteen months, you will build a strong tendency to stick to it nearly forever.
To determine your daily routine, first, remember what activities are key to your perfect day.
Do you have a task that you have to do at all costs in the morning, afternoon, or evening?
Is there a place to rest, go out, have coffee with friends, and visit family as part of your day?
What does your everyday life consist of? Do you have a job, school, training, maybe a course?
Once you set and prioritize yourself throughout the day, then you are ready to build a daily routine that will allow you to save time and make the most of it.
Waking up early in the morning
Although very stereotypical and expected, getting up early in the morning makes a huge difference in taking advantage of the day. You will notice that you have more time for yourself and your hobbies and that you are always organized for the rest of the day. Another thing you should take care of is bedtime. In an effort to get up early in the morning, you need to go to bed on time. After some time of a perfect cycle, your sleep will improve, and you will wake up more rested.
You can meditate at any part of the day, but it is recommended that you try it in the morning as soon as you wake up.
Since you need an empty mind and a rested body for meditation, there is no better time than as soon as you wake up.
Even though meditation is very effective for an all-day mood, it does not take too much time. Even a 10-minute session can be enough to relax.
There is no better way to wake up quickly and feel better in your skin at the same time. It doesn't matter if you prefer a jet of hot or cold water on yourself; it does matter that it will give you the wind in your back to win the day.
If you are one of those people who wait half a day to eat because they do not have time for a meal in the morning - this is a real sign that you need to change your daily habits. In addition to the food, you need to be energetic and ready for the day; it is also important for your health. Foods such as eggs, dairy products, fruits make a huge difference in your activity as opposed to those who do not eat in the morning.
In addition to meditation, there are many other ways to strengthen your body and mind. Pilates, yoga, gym, or simply running in the morning will indescribably brighten your mood. Try to start training, and you will instantly see the changes. Both physically and mentally.
Wake up to what you love
It sounds like a lot of work for a couple of hours in the morning, but the way your day starts, it will most likely end that way. So if you need a book, a magazine, music in your ears, coffee, or tea for a good mood, we support you to do at least one of those things when you wake up.
Routines are actions that help us be more productive, which in turn makes us happier. When we make daily habits for ourselves, they will be the best tool for a successful life. From small things like making the bed in the morning to finishing a work shift, step by step, we will become the best version of ourselves. If you want to learn more about habits and understand deeper how our brain conditions us into doing things, consider reading a best seller book, The Power of Habit, from best-selling author Charles Duhigg.