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Use some kind of physical reminder to start the routine off, like leaving your running shoes on top of the toilet seat as the first thing you see in the morning. Reward yourself for sticking to the routine. Start small. One routine at a time. etc etc etc.
Decide what needs to be in your routine. Do you want to get more exercise or more alone time? Set small goals. Break each large goal into smaller goals. Layout a plan. Be consistent with time. Be prepared. Make it fun! Track your progress. Reward yourself.
Make a list of your daily tasks. The first step is to look into what you need to do every day. Stay active during the day. At this time, your energy levels have dissipated. Have an evening ritual. Test-drive your new routine. Be realistic. Over to you!
Make a list of your daily tasks. The first step is to look into what you need to do every day. Stay active during the day. At this time, your energy levels have dissipated. Have an evening ritual. Test-drive your new routine. Be realistic. Over to you!
Step Two: Find Your Motive. Think about why starting a routine is important to you. Step Three: Edit Your Current Routine. Think about your current routine and what you do on a daily basis. Step Four: Add Some Goodness. Step Five: Map It Out. Step Six: Make It Happen!
First and most important, wake early (may be before 5 or 6). By this, you can start your daily routine earlier and get some motivation to do the tasks determined. After waking, get fresh, do some stretching and warm up exercise and meditate. Meditation improves your will power to continue your tasks with discipline.
Wake at 4:30 a.m. Drink water. Set 3 Most Important Things (MITs) for today. Fix lunches for kids and myself. Eat breakfast, read. Exercise (run, bike, swim, strength, or yardwork) or meditate. Shower.
The most common reasons people don't stick to a habit: Too many habits at once (habits are hard!). Too many other things going on. Changes in routine (sick, travel, visitors, big project at work).
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