6 Tips For Creating A Productive Morning Routine

Kristen Walters

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Hitting the ground running with a productive morning routine can be difficult. There are so many things to do, and you're feeling tired or stressed from all of your responsibilities that it's hard to know where to start.

It's easy to feel like you're in a rut. You wake up, go through the same routine every day and find yourself staring at your computer screen for hours on end while feeling that you accomplished nothing. But it doesn't have to be this way.

A productive morning routine is an integral part of any successful day. It sets the tone for your whole day and can make it a lot easier to accomplish everything you need to get done.  By creating a productive morning routine, you can have more energy throughout the day and accomplish more important things. 

1. Wake up early

When we get up early and work in the morning, we have more energy throughout the day, which helps us be more productive.  It is often said that the most successful people are those who have great morning routines.

The reason for this is because it sets you up for a productive day ahead and lets you spend your time doing what matters to you rather than waste it on things like getting ready, commuting, or dealing with other interruptions in the morning. However, not everyone has a natural ability to wake up early and do their desired routine.

The best part about waking up early is that you have time to create a productive morning routine. When most people are getting ready for work in the morning, you're already done with breakfast and starting on your day's tasks.

2. Start your morning routine with a healthy meal

According to a recent study, the average American gains between one and two pounds per year. Why is this? The answer may be that we're not eating breakfast! In fact, some studies show that people who eat breakfast are thinner than those who skip it.

There are many benefits of eating breakfast in the morning, such as better concentration levels during school or work hours, increased energy, and lower stress levels. However, if you don't want to cook every day, there are plenty of options for on-the-go breakfasts like cereal bars or protein shakes which can be stored in your bag all week long.

If you don't have time to cook breakfast before work or school, try making something ahead of time and bringing it with you. It'll be much healthier than grabbing a doughnut from the break room.

3. Include exercise in your morning routine

You probably already know that exercising is good for your health, but did you know it can also boost your mood? In the morning, exercise helps get rid of those pesky stress hormones. As a result, you'll before. As a result, you'll feel more energized and ready to tackle your day.

In your daily life, it's easy to get caught up in the routine of work and school that you may forget to exercise. Workouts are important for our health and well-being, but sometimes we need a little push before finding time for them.

4. Get dressed in clothes that make you feel comfortable, happy, and confident 

We all have an idea of what we think people should wear, but it is important to remember that everyone has different tastes and differences. For example, you might like dresses better than pants, skirts more than shorts, or long sleeve shirts instead of tank tops. 

What if I told you that it's not what you wear, but how you feel in your clothes which makes the difference. Would you still be willing to give up on your favorite jeans for a pair of yoga pants? Or trade those heels for some sneakers? All this can make a huge difference.

5. Plan out what tasks are going to be accomplished today 

Everyone has a morning routine. Some have it down to an art. They wake up, shower, get dressed, and head out the door for work or school, never forgetting anything they need on their way.

Others can't seem ever to find time in their day to complete all of these tasks before for leave. So for those feeling stuck at this point in their life, we're going to talk about how you can plan out your morning routine so that everything is accomplished by the time you walk out the door with your keys in hand.

No one can say that they are produced without a morning routine. Therefore, it's important to know what tasks you're going to do and when to don't waste time on things that aren't worth your time. 

6. Keep it simple by only scheduling 2-3 tasks per day, so they don't overwhelm you or take too much time

It's easy to get overwhelmed by all the things you need to do in a day. The best way to tackle this is by only scheduling 2-3 tasks per day. This will make it less difficult for you and allow you to focus on completing your work instead of stressing about everything else that needs to be done.

Do you ever feel like your to-do list is never-ending? Do you often feel overwhelmed? Have a hard time figuring out what the most important tasks are for the day? If so, I have a solution. Keep it simple by only scheduling 2-3 tasks per day, so they don't overwhelm you.


Your morning routine is an essential part of your day-to-day life and can make or break how productive you are at work, home, school, friends, etc. The good news is that there’s a lot you can do to create the perfect morning routine for yourself.

Whether it be by getting up earlier in the mornings so you have time to complete all of your rituals, or finding something new to help set off on a positive note every day. Whatever it takes for you to feel ready and energized when you wake up in the morning will yield better results than just going about things as usual.

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