How do you feel about mornings? Do you welcome each morning as another day for which to show gratitude and accomplish much; or do you groan, roll over, and wish the nights were longer? You may be a night person. 🙂

Morning Routines

I love mornings. Each new day brings new opportunities and it’s a chance to start fresh and do better.
start your day with morning routinesHow you start your day, or more specifically how you spend those first few morning hours has a big impact on the rest of your day.

Think of it as setting the tone for your entire day. That’s why a morning makeover is so important. This is why we strive to create “Perfect Morning”.

Will it really be perfect?  No.

Because it’s about much more than those first few hours of the day, our goal is for each morning to be as near perfect as possible for ourselves.  Not for someone else.

What may be a perfect morning for you, may not work for me!

Example of How a Morning Routine Impacts Results

Let’s look at a common scenario. You set an early alarm to make sure you have time for exercise, meditation, or simply some much needed time for yourself. You intend to get up and do whatever you’re setting out to do when you set the alarm in the first place. Some mornings – hopefully, most mornings – you get up when the alarm chimes and go for that walk, do your meditation exercise, or read a book for twenty minutes.

early morning meditation exercise

Now, what happens when you veer off track?  There are those days when you just can’t make yourself get up. You hit the snooze button multiple times, or turn the alarm off altogether and go back to sleep for another 15 or 30 minutes.

Think about how the rest of those days went. Did you notice a difference in how you felt? Were you able to do all the things you set out to do?

How would you compare the results you experienced in each of those two scenarios? Were there any significant differences in what you accomplished?

It’s a strong possibility that on the mornings when you got up as soon as the alarm went off, your morning went a lot smoother.  You probably accomplished what you had planned to do.

On the other hand, sleeping through the snooze button didn’t just affect your morning, but your entire day. You set the tone for how your day is going to go first thing in the morning. It’s either going to be positive and productive or feeling rushed and frustrated.

My Goal

Over the course of 15 days, my goal is to guide you through the process of making over your morning and creating the perfect morning for you. Not only will your mornings be more enjoyable, but it will make the entire rest of your day go much more smoothly.

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Yvonne A Jones
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I am Yvonne A Jones, Business, and Life Coach | Relationship Marketing Strategist.

    10 replies to "How Your Morning Routine Impacts Results"

    • Looking forward to the challenge, Yvonne!

      • Livvie, I’m so happy you chose to join the Challenge. Get ready for some makeovers. 🙂

    • I seem to have seasons that sway from morning to evening and, in all honesty, I like the “perks” of both. If I had to make a choice, it would be morning. For far too long, I’ve planned, the night before, to get up early to have my quiet time, exercise, eat, and move forward. Yet, it fades with 40 -60 minutes of extended slumber over and again. The Challenge comes at a great time. I am looking forward to it.

      • Zenobia, that’s a challenge many of us have. How does it make you feel when you realize you’re now behind?
        Not good, right? Let’s plan that together we can identify things that will act as your inspiration so you
        get up at the time you planned.

        In tomorrow’s email you will receive the link to yesterday’s email. That will have the link to the first
        blog post. Talk with you then.

        • Zenobia Bailey


          There seems to be a glitch in my system as I’m having connectivity and receipt difficulty. I’ve checked Spam and the other areas that I mentioned in an email. At this juncture, I will (regretably) bow out and wait for the next Challenge, if it comes. I’ve such a full plate, at this time, that this may well be the best route to take, so I won’t feel the weight of being so behind.

          Thanks, Yvonne! I appreciate and am grateful for who you areand all that you do.

          • We can always do this again, Zenobia. I totally understand. I’ve been there and started a challenge with good intentions, yet could not see it to completion for one reason or another.

    • I have always been a morning person. I believe in a natural rising which for me is usually between 4-5 am ET. I am looking forward to the Challenge to make mornings more productive.

      • So excited that you made the decision to join the Challenge, Georgia, and my desire is that you achieve your goals.

    • Sherial Dobesh

      Getting started a couple day late for the challenge… But here with bells on and excited…. Change is hard but great…

      • No worries at all, Sherial. You’re not too far behind. We’re taking two days for each set of action steps.

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