A quiet beginning

The early morning quiet before the chaos begins is one of my favorite times of day. I am able to set my mind to being thankful, patient and ready to deal with the needs of others. The moments of struggle are not over whelming yet and no one is unhappy.

I have almost always been a morning person, but since incorporating a very specific routine each day, its even better.

I have recommended to many already, to create a daily morning wake-up routine. Rarely deviate from it. Set your mind to doing this deliberately every day and you will see transformation. Even when moments of struggle hit, I firmly believe these morning practices have helped me get through and over them, more quickly than before.

Can look up this book: The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod to learn how to start your day. Highly recommend.

How we begin sets the tone for the rest of the day, that’s not to say we won’t have tough moments, but I truly believe we are able to move through them more quickly. We have the ability to extend more grace to ourselves and others. Cultivating a specific mindful practice creates a discipline of self care. Allowing us to better care for others.

How we start the day sets the day. Take the time and care to start from a place of quiet, peace and centeredness. This will go a long way to help create your best self.

Have a fabulous Monday.

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