Abigail K shares her morning routine with us
The life we’ve built and the person we are, is a direct result of the habits we’ve maintained – good habits and bad habits. If you want to change your life, start by changing your habits, and when you do that, you’ll change your identity – and it all starts with the way you start every new day.
In this video, Abigail K shares her new morning routine, and the fundamental tool that’s changed her identity…
Morning routine benefits are both psychological and physical
Here are 10 benefits of a morning routine
- Increases productivity
- Lowers stress levels
- Boosts your energy levels
- Helps with forgetfulness
- Increases mindfulness
- Develops good habits
- You will feel more in control
- Great for mental health
- Improves relationships
- Boosts your confidence
What is a morning routine?
A morning routine is a set of actions that you take each morning before you start your day. Doing the same thing with intention daily, helps us to set the tone for the day.
Why is meditation so powerful?
It has the ability to slow down racing thoughts, to ease an overly stressed brain, and to nurture a tired soul, so that peace can be transferred to the rest of the body and the potential for healing on many levels can open up.
Why should we journal?
Journaling is like a form of “self therapy”. It helps us solve problems, relieve stress, organise our thoughts, achieve goals and inspire creativity.
How does exercise help us?
It reduces depression and anxiety and can also improve sleep quality, increase energy levels and reduce stress. It has also been shown to increase self-confidence & improve both memory & concentration.
Is being creative good for us?
In 2015, psychologist and art therapist Dr. Cathy Malchiodi cited multiple studies confirming that being creative can increase positive emotions, lessen depressive symptoms, reduce stress, decrease anxiety, and even improve immune system functioning.
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