Wake Up Productive: How To Start The Morning Off Right!

Do something you really enjoy every day, be it running, swimming or going out for a walk with someone close to you. Enjoy the small things.

1: Wake up five minutes earlier in the morning. Start the day off on a positive mental note, today is going to be a great day, I am going to do it today. You have total control of your thoughts and you choose what to focus on. I can – will transform into – I did.

2: Prepare for tomorrow, the night before. Consider what you will eat the next day and what you might want to wear. You won’t have as many decisions to make when you should really be taking the few extra minutes to breathe. I like to use a method I heard a long time ago, breathe in for 5 seconds, hold for 20 seconds and out for 10 seconds. Fill your body with oxygen and energy.

3: Meditation, reflection and your spirit. It took me a while to realize that the word human being is a lot more complicated than I initially thought. Human is separate from being. Human defines our physical body, where being is our soul. Coming to this website you obviously know that the human aspect is important to healthy living but the mind and soul drive our life. Invest in your mind and open your spirit to find the truth. Invest in yourself and good things will follow.

“Training the body helps a little, but godly living helps in every way. Godly living has the promise of life now and in the world to come.” (1 Timothy 4:8)

4: Procrastination causes stress. Whatever you want to do tomorrow, start it today. There is no other time than the present. All we have is the now, if you cant finish it all in one go at least give it a shot and start today. Momentum builds and will help carry you.

5: Live one day at a time. Even if your going through something tough, you cant seem to relax and let go, believe it gets better, it always does.

“If you’re going through hell, keep going.” Winston Churchill

Canadian Fitness is a Christian run site. As a result, you will find a unique perspective here including peace, love, and positivity which are a reflection of Christian principles.

For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come. (1 Timothy 4:8)

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