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How To Make Your Mornings Highly Productive And Enjoyable

Updated on July 14, 2012

Many people say that morning routines are highly stressful. It is all the more stressful for women who have to help their kids get ready for school. Sometimes, there may be demands from the husband also. If the women are employed, they have to get ready because they can not afford to reach their workplace late. If you belong to the group of women facing such problems, the morning disarray may drive you crazy. But, there are ways to smooth things out and start your day in the right manner. Let us have a look.


- You should make it a point to retire for bed before 10 P.M. This is the most important step to make your mornings smooth and enjoyable. If you go to bed later than this, you may not have sufficient sleep and this may cause a lot of stress. By having sufficient sleep, you will feel rejuvenated the next morning. You can finish your morning chores without any pressure and this will be a good beginning for the day.


- Before retiring for bed, you should spend a few minutes and make out a plan for the next morning. This may include what you should prepare for your breakfast, your exercises regimen, planning your future and career, meditation and all the tasks you consider very important. Since you will be full of enthusiasm due to the good rest you could get during the previous night, you will find it easy to do these tasks without any strain. In other words, you can make your mornings purposeful and not squander these precious and most productive hours.


- You can try to wake up about 30 minutes earlier and finish all your important tasks before the kids get up. Some people use the morning hours to answer useless emails or to have tall talks with their friends. Nothing can be more unproductive than these. You can answer these mails or have such chats any time of the day. Unless they are very important, you should not take up these tasks in the morning hours. In other words, you should do only high-value tasks during these hours. Further, you will be highly creative in the mornings and hence, you can take up important tasks like writing and all those that need focused attention and clear thinking.


- If you are planning for a career growth, you can equip yourself with the required knowledge you should possess for being considered for promotion. If you are a business person, you can make your business plans in the mornings. It is not that an entrepreneur may be making business plans every day but you can review the progress of your plans and make suitable and necessary modifications that may be necessary to fast-track the growth of your business.


- If you find it difficult to switch to this routine, you can make out plans for gradual changes. When you set small and achievable goals, you can make the switch easily.


Once you succeed in making the switch, you will find that your mornings are no more stressful and you have become highly productive.

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    • dreamdamodar profile imageAUTHOR

      Raman Kuppuswamy 

      6 years ago from Chennai, India

      Thanks. Another important suggestion is that by reading some positive and inspirational materials in the mornings, we can have a positive frame of mind throughout the day.

    • dghbrh profile image

      deergha 

      6 years ago from ...... a place beyond now and beyond here !!!

      so it seems you have a very productive morning today:-)

      you have already wrote this hub and started off the day with at a very productive thought to assist others as well.

      nice hub......voted up and all......

      its important to carry this vibration of productivity all through the day also. so i hope that you have a nice and productive day ahead.

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