5 Positive Morning Rituals To Try Tomorrow Morning

We would all like to say that our mornings involve a smooth and seamless routine. However, the reality is that for many of us our mornings involve oversleeping and chaos as we rush around and scramble to get out the door. Wouldn’t it be nice if we all had positive morning rituals that would set the tone for the day and start it off right? Well we’re is going to tell you exactly how to transform your morning.


The night before your next workday make sure you have a few things in order. Decide what you’re going to wear the next day. You don’t need to lay it out, but at least have an idea in mind so you aren’t standing in front of your closet all perplexed the next day (and wasting at least ten minutes of your time). You can also prepare your meals for the day ahead and write a plan for yourself, there’s nothing worse than feeling like you’re all over the place because you don’t know what to wear or what your top to-dos are.


I know, I know, this isn’t ideal, but if you get up with the time needed to actually do your make-up, style your hair and eat breakfast without running around like the Tasmanian Devil, you will feel calm, cool, collected and ready to tackle the day when you finally arrive at the office.

I’m not saying you need to get up at the crack of dawn on a daily basis, but allow yourself enough time to get ready without too much fuss. By taking care of yourself will allow you to then extend your efforts and energy to others. So the more time that you devote to adhering to a healthy routine in the morning, the more likely you will carry that same balance and level of productivity into the workplace. It’s a win-win!


A common misconception is that ample time must be set aside in order to meditate. However, you can meditate at practically any given moment and for any duration of your choosing. For example, while you eat your breakfast in the morning, take a couple of slow deep breaths; enjoy your food not just for the taste, but also for the smell and texture. When your mind begins to wander on the upcoming “to-dos,” refocus your attention to your breath. If you find this difficult, you might find it easier to work through the Stress Less journal, which will help you reduce every day stress.

What you’re actually doing is enjoying the present moment and practicing your ability to be aware of the “here and now.” This awareness when applied to other situations as your day progresses, not only reduces stress, but it can actually widen your perspective and enhance your creativity.

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