Have you ever noticed when your mornings are rushed—snoozing your alarm, skipping breakfast, and pushing yourself out the door—the rest of your day seems to reflect that mood of chaos as well? The mood of your morning will determine the mood of your day, so it’s time to make a new habit.
When you form healthy habits for the morning, you help yourself have a successful day. Whether you are aware of them or not, you operate under beliefs and habits (both good and bad) all the time—they are an integral part of your day. A crucial part of developing a healthy routine, is to become intentional with it. Most habits are developed because they are easy and familiar. If you want to develop positive habits, then you have to stick to them until they become second nature.
In particular, this is true for the morning. What you plant in the morning influences how you feel, act, and think during the rest of your day. Here is “A Perfect Start to a Perfect Day” deep guided meditation that will leave you feeling, acting, and thinking at your highest potential for the rest of your day—and days—ahead.