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Get Emotionally Set Each Morning — 10 Comments

  1. “get dressed before getting out of bed” << yep, it's what i do! I first give gratitude for seeing another day, plan out my day in my head, do a bit of meditation (using an app on my phone) – all before rolling out the bed. 🙂 It really does help to start the day off right.

  2. I used to do this but have been so busy I haven’t done it in a while …perhaps I shall begin again for my mental health! Thanks for the reminder!

  3. I listen to Gospel music, but I never listen to a sermon in the morning. That sounds like a good idea I may copy.

  4. I pray & listen to a sermon in the morning, but will start the positive affirmations. I sometimes feel overwhelmed, like there’s not enough time in the day to accomplish what I want to do! But when I focus on God, I realize all things are possible through Christ and that I can cast my cares on him. He has this!

  5. I need a routine! I get up and rush right into the morning. It probably doesn’t help that my alarm clock is the cries of my 8 month old. If I was more disciplined, I could get up before the kids but I am just not a morning person!

  6. My morning routine before I get out of bed is lots and lots of cuddles and giggles with my 2 little ones. It’s a guaranteed way to start your day off right!

  7. Good for you for having a routine. I truly believe that it makes all the difference!

  8. I do the same thing every morning — when I wake up, I lay there and assess what’s going on for the day, what’s going on with me, and how I can banish any negative issues before my feet even hit the floor. It makes for a much better day when mommy doesn’t get up grumpy and distracted by other things and can focus on the family.

How do these ideas work in your world?

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