4 Morning Habits You Need To Practise For A More Productive Day

Eesha Kokane , 01 Apr 2020

Morning Habits

Have you ever felt horrible at the end of the day because you didn’t finish all the tasks you wanted to? I guess we’ve all been in this unfortunate situation. We all want to be super productive and finish our tasks on time so that we have time for ourselves. One thing we all can do to make sure our productivity levels are high is to establish a morning routine. Here are some morning habits you should do that’ll help you create a morning routine so that you’re productive throughout the whole day:

1. Make Your Bed

The first step of a successful morning routine is tidying up and making your bed. This morning habit not only starts your day off right, but it also puts you in a productive mindset.

2. Exercise In The Morning

I never used to be a morning person, but ever since I started working out in the mornings, I’ve become more of a morning person. When you work out in the morning, you have extra energy to tackle your day and achieve all your tasks for the day. If you make this an everyday morning habit, your mood will be better, and you’ll be more productive.

3. Make Time For Breakfast

The most important meal of the day is breakfast, and that’s why this is a morning habit we should never skip. So do some meal prep the night before and eat something healthy and filling in the morning.

4. Make A Task List

Another productive morning habit that you should follow is making a task list for the day. Write down everything and prioritise the tasks according to their importance.

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The "long-ass to-do list" is one of my favourite tools in my planning toolbox. So much, in fact, that in my mentoring work helping creatives get organised and create some space in their life, this is the first thing I ask them to do. The premise is simple: write down anything and everything that is in your head, whether related to your work or not. And I mean EVERYTHING, no matter how insignificant it seems, no matter how varied in scope the tasks are. Often we keep a mental list of things that need doing, which takes up space in our creative brains that could be better used for creating or doing or resting. Getting it all out on one page helps you see the lie of the land. It means you can assess what is important, what can be delayed and what can be taken off the list altogether. And, most importantly, it frees up that space for you to get on with the things that matter most to you. You know, like enjoying the Bank Holiday and eating all those chocolatey goodies 😉 . What are your plans for this weekend? Here in the UK it's wonderfully sunny and warm, so I'm expecting some tales of beach trips and BBQ parties! We have a relatively quiet weekend ahead, spending time in the garden and having dinner with my parents on Sunday. And eating copious amounts of chocolate of course (thanks @aldiuk for stocking vegan Easter eggs this year!) . @leuchtturm1917 A6 dot grid journal @frompaperchase blue "liste" notebook @ukmuji gel pen, 0.5, black @blackwing palomino 602

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