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  • justthegameoflife says:

    Iโ€™ve been trying to figure out a morning routine for a while now. I came up with one the other day and I finally woke up at the right time today. So hopefully the rest of the week is just as smooth. This is a lovely post and will help a lot of people!

  • I really enjoyed reading your blog post and highly agree with all the tips you give! I’d also recommend dedicating 10-15 minutes sitting down and thinking about 3 things you want to get done by the end of today or writing in a bullet journal/ using a planner or desk pad. I just love trying to think of things I can achieve in a day.
    I actually created a free daily work from home planner here: https://thewinteredition.com/how-to-stay-productive-when-working-from-home/
    I’d love for you to check it out and hope you find it helpful! Looking forward to reading more of your stuff Lucy ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Thanks so much! Yeah I definitely think I need to get more into bullet journalling and visualisation, it’s definitely something on the to-do list. I’ll check out your planner now. Thanks for stopping by ๐Ÿ˜Š

      • I highly recommend CGD London or The Inspired Stories for bullet journals. Beth Sandland has a discount code with Inspired stories. Thank you – I hope you like it ๐Ÿ™‚ I was going to create a specific one for students next week so I’ll also be sharing that.

      • I will definitely check those out! ๐Ÿ‘

  • Sandra Ans says:

    I love all your ideas and as I am a morning person, I am doing like about 60-80% from everything you said. I like to wake up early because I can do a lot more things and make my day productive. But when my day is productive – I feel very motivated and inspired to go further and do things! ๐Ÿ™‚ Great post!

    • Thanks so much! Iโ€™m the same, it is difficult to get up sometimes but when youโ€™re productive you feel better about yourself and that can only be a good thing! Thanks for reading ๐Ÿ™Œ

  • Bobbi says:

    I love this! I always feel a bit rubbish in the morning and I feel like getting through this list would get me in the mood for the day ahead! x

  • You’ve shared some really great advice my lovely, thank you. I’m sending you so much love. Stay strong, stay home, stay safe. โ™ก

    With love, Alisha Valerie x | http://www.alishavalerie.com

  • I agree with every single one of these! Iโ€™ve tried to keep a routine going during lockdown and itโ€™s kept me sane, I love having porridge with fruit for breakfast it fills me up all morning. I also agree with getting exercise, I donโ€™t track mine too much either I just like to do it for how I feel afterwards. Lovely post x

    • Thanks so much! I’m so glad you found it useful. I’m definitely trying to stick to the exercise during lockdown – half the time it’s a battle to get out of bed but, as you say, it’s so good for your head – plus it’s pretty much done by the time your brain catches to what your body is doing. And porridge is awesome for breakfast. Thanks for reading ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Addy says:

    These are great tips! I’m creating my own morning routine. I’ll come back and keep you posted soon.

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