What kind of questions do you ask yourself every morning?

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  1. Ruchira profile image72
    Ruchiraposted 12 years ago

    What kind of questions do you ask yourself every morning?

  2. ThoughtSandwiches profile image74
    ThoughtSandwichesposted 12 years ago

    Should I go about my life setting good examples...or should I get out of bed and do what I always do.

  3. gmaoli profile image60
    gmaoliposted 12 years ago

    Really a couple.  I sometimes ask myself what the rest of my day is going to be like.  When I do, I also ask myself what can I do to insure that my day goes very well.

  4. jpcmc profile image91
    jpcmcposted 12 years ago

    Will I go to wrok or not?  if No, I'll sleep again.  If yes, i'll ask myself if i'll go on half day or whole day.  If whole day, I will fix up and go to work.  If not, i will ask myself if I will go on half day in the morning or in the afternoon.  If it's in the afternoon, I sleep some more.  If not, I get up and fix up and go to work.

    I generally answer yes to the first question.
    i hope my boss does not see this! LOL

  5. profile image0
    Sunnie Dayposted 12 years ago

    Is it time to get up? Also is it cold outside? Is the coffee made?....The other more profound stuff I kind of give orders..like...You will have a good day today! You will put a smile on your face! You will be thankful!.lol

  6. rajan jolly profile image93
    rajan jollyposted 12 years ago

    I make a mental note of the things I have to do during the day and try to allocate the time according to the urgency. Also wonder how my day would be like today as compared to yesterday.

  7. mkeith profile image61
    mkeithposted 12 years ago

    Every day I get up and think...

    Not another day of work!  Should I ditch?  I better try to make some serious tracks into becoming self employed and comfortable.  (IE... get back to the writing..)

  8. Josh Lakie profile image58
    Josh Lakieposted 12 years ago

    Do I have time to hit snooze one more time, and not be late for class?

  9. debbie roberts profile image71
    debbie robertsposted 12 years ago

    At the moment as it's winter, I lie in bed trying to suss out the weather and end up questioning the importance of me putting on my running stuff and heading out the door whatever the weather....Then on my run I'll ask myself what are the important things to tackle the rest of the day....

  10. soconfident profile image72
    soconfidentposted 12 years ago

    Do I have work today? whats for breakfast?  What can i Get done today? These are some good questions

  11. rlaha profile image60
    rlahaposted 12 years ago

    Do I really have to get up this morning? (Usually the answer is yes)
    What do I have to do today?
    Can I really get it all done? (Usually the answer is, I have no choice so yes)

  12. IJR112 profile image61
    IJR112posted 12 years ago

    I just plan out the day.  What do I need to get done today?  What is my schedule going to be?  Stuff like that.

  13. athena2011 profile image59
    athena2011posted 12 years ago

    In an effort to always start my day off right I ask myself "What am I grateful for today?". It makes me focus on positive things immediately rather than negatives.

  14. Yaduvanshi profile image58
    Yaduvanshiposted 12 years ago

    I always look forward and ask myself in the morning to do some thing better than I have ever done

  15. Capedium profile image61
    Capediumposted 12 years ago

    Hope you are ok and feeling positive today ?

  16. Eliminate Cancer profile image60
    Eliminate Cancerposted 12 years ago

    Generally, I wake up with a confusion of ideas floating around in my head, work, kids, chores, bills... and then I smile knowing that it's time to make coffee, and that makes everything okay.  The coffee brews, and I check my computer to see what I have to do.

    Are those questions?  No.  But I guess the question would be, of the million things I need to do - where will I start?  The answer is always: coffee.

  17. Escobana profile image77
    Escobanaposted 12 years ago

    Euuhh..where am I? Who are these cats? Why am I wearing just one sock? How many days did I sleep?

    Just normal questions when you're drugged out of your meds, waking up from a coma each day. I call them my Bipolar candies. They're wonderful!

  18. Turtlewoman profile image86
    Turtlewomanposted 12 years ago

    I always ask, "Ok, what in the world am I going to wear today?!" which is immediately followed by "Did I wear this outfit this week already?" or "does this match?" and then finally "Where are those brown shoes?"

  19. xethonxq profile image68
    xethonxqposted 12 years ago

    1) What the hell do I have going on at work today?
    2) How many times with that plan change?
    3) When can I read my book again?
    4) God, I can't wait for the weekend....what day is it again?

  20. AnnaCia profile image78
    AnnaCiaposted 12 years ago

    Is it raining or sunny? What time is it?  Where is the cat?

  21. Deborah Brooks profile image61
    Deborah Brooksposted 12 years ago

    Do I have to make breakfast?  is the coffee made?.. Oh do i really have to get up, I stayed up to late last night on the HUB?

  22. raciniwa profile image78
    raciniwaposted 12 years ago

    I ask myself "what will I do today?"...Before I usually plan ahead...Now, I just listen to my body and ask it "What is my mood today?"

  23. YvetteParker profile image61
    YvetteParkerposted 12 years ago

    My first question is generally "what time is it?" This may sound ridiculous since everybody owns an alarm clock. But since my alarm does not wake me; I don't set it. I trust God to wake me each morning and He does an excellent job without fail of waking me at the right time regardless of schedule changes.

  24. Mary Stuart profile image69
    Mary Stuartposted 12 years ago

    My first utterance each morning is a great big thank you that I have to get up. I have a job and am grateful for me job. That said, I ask myself what I hope to accomplish today and how I plan to spend my time. I know. It sounds a bit uppity but those 2 questions keep me on track toward making my dreams a reality.


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