Create a Life-Changing Morning Routine

Below you’ll find everything you need to know to create a powerful morning routine. We live by the principles we’ve outlined and can honestly say they’ve been game-changing in our lives.

Create a Life-Changing Morning Routine

When something feels in sync, celebrate it as a moment of alignment. When something goes wrong, recognize it as a detour in the right direction, offering you guidance and support. Choose to see all that occurs as loving guidance.

—Gabrielle Bernstein

Step 1

Figure out your personality type using the infographic below.

Create a Life-Changing Morning Routine

Step 2

Write down a list of morning activities that make you feel centered, fulfilled, and joyful (see below for our list of ideas).

Here are some activities you can include in your morning routine:

  • Pray
  • Meditate
  • Take a bath or shower
  • Go for a walk
  • Exercise at home or join a group fitness class
  • Practice yoga
  • Say or write a daily intention
  • Write to your intuition
  • Listen to an uplifting podcast
  • Make yourself coffee or tea
  • Read a chapter from an inspiring book
  • Watch an uplifting YouTube video
  • Eat a nourishing breakfast in your favorite spot in the house

*For more specific examples, check out Francesca’s and Ashley’s morning routine articles.

Step 3

Create a draft morning routine and commit to practicing it for two weeks. Remember, it doesn’t have to be perfect! It also doesn’t have to be long—a short but sweet morning routine can be incredibly powerful.

Step 4

Change, add or remove when things don’t feel right.

Step 5

Keep tweaking your routine until you feel peace, flow, and ease.

Step 6

Protect your mornings. Keep them free from interruptions, email, and social media.

*Parent-friendly tip from Ashley: For those of you with little ones, try waking up before your little ones do—even if it’s just 15 minutes earlier than them—and flow through your morning routine then. Or involve your little ones in your morning routine (e.g., pop them in the stroller and go for a walk).



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