The Ultimate Morning Routine to Help You Find Your Happiness
As I’ve said in many of my previous blog posts. Your morning routine is key to your success.
But what about your happiness?
Now, being successful may also include being happy to some.
But when you look around (especially on social media), many people associate having a lot of money as being successful.
However, when it comes to being successful, your happiness should be a top priority.
What good is it to have a lot of money or financial freedom if you’re alone, miserable, and just straight up unhappy?
Wealth is what you should be going after! Wealth is the ultimate goal, and in this blog post, I am going to give you the ultimate morning routine to help you find your happiness and keep it.
Let’s get to it!
If you have been following my blog for some time, you know just how much a rave about journaling in the morning when you wake up.
However, unlike most, I suggest that you focus solely on searching for positive thoughts instead of writing down the negatives.
Now don't get me wrong, I am a firm believer in self-reflection. I think it is extremely important for you to understand yourself and what is going on.
But not in the morning (save that for at night).
In the morning, you should focus solely on what you’re grateful for, who you’re grateful for, and positive experiences that you have had.
Here’s how in 3 simple steps:
- Start by writing down your positive affirmation (if you do not have one yet, stay tuned next week I’ll teach you how). This affirmation should make you smile and/or excited about your day. Talk about your goals (whether they are financial, spiritual, or personal).
- After that, write down 3 things that you are grateful for that morning. (Side Note: These 3 things should be different every morning). Don’t just keep recycling the same 3 things. Challenge your brain and actually search and think of the things that you are grateful for.
- Finally, write down one positive experience that you have had in the past 24hours. This can be anything from a positive interaction with a stranger. To your dog making you smile once you got home from work. The goal is to go into detail about how you felt in that moment. Write it down, dive deep into the feeling. Make your brain work to remember how you felt in the moment.
Do this every single morning before you even think about getting started with any work-related tasks.
Start making yourself and your well-being a top priority.
It’s time to be happy again!
Let me know in the comments how this morning routine works out for you!
As always, with love,