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The Working Mom’s 5 Minute Morning Routine

The Working Mom’s 5 Minute Morning Routine

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Working Mom's set your day up for success with this 5 minute morning routine.

Not all time is created equally. Morning hours are the most valuable and likely the only time you get to yourself. They seem to go the fastest and be in the greatest demand. How you use that precious time before leaving your house is a key indicator of how your day will go. Here are some morning routine ideas for working moms, to help you make the most of that precious time. If you make this 5 minute morning routine your own, you’ll find you are less stressed and more ready for success. To help you truly make this morning routine your own, you can download the free printable guide.

The FREE guide to the Working Mom’s 5 Minute morning routine, comes with a printable worksheet you can use to help you each morning. You can access the free guide through the link at the bottom of this post or by clicking here.

5 Minute Morning Routine To Set YOUR Day Up for Success

Do Something Mundane

As soon as you get out of bed do something mundane, brush your teeth or make coffee. Seriously, do something that you don’t need to think too hard about but that gets your body moving for a few minutes

Take deep breaths

Now that you have had some movement. Stop, sit and take 10 deep breaths. Inhale and feel your breath enter through your nose, travel down your throat, expand your lungs and your belly. Exhale and let your shoulders drop and your face relax. Do this 8-10 times.

Be Grateful

Next, close your eyes and for about 10 breathes picture something you are grateful for, your partner, your baby, your team, your mom. Whatever it is big or small take a few more deep breaths while you focus on it. Let the powerful feelings of that gratitude consume you.

Visualize The Life You Want

Keeping your eyes closed, take another 10 breaths and visualize the life you want to live in the future. Picture yourself, your family, your career, in an ideal state. Stay here imagining what it feels like to be living exactly how you want, for as long as like.

Write Down Your Top 3 To Dos

Finally, picture your day, think about how you want to feel when you get home tonight and write down the top 3 things you need to do to feel that way. The printable Working Mom’s Guide to a 5 Minute Morning Routine has a worksheet with a section you can use to record these to-dos.

Morning hours are powerful hours and for most moms it’s the only time we get to ourselves. Use that precious time to set yourself up for success by following the above morning routine ideas to start your day.

If you’re ready to make the most of each morning, click here to get a FREE printable guide to the 5 Minute Morning Routine for Working Mom’s.

P.S. If you are looking for more ways to make the most of your days. Check out this life prioritization method that is designed specifically for moms. Just click here.

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