• By Malia
  • December 2, 2016

4 Important Morning Habits to Help You Live Your Best Life

4 Important Morning Habits to Help You Live Your Best Life

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“ The way you start your day, determines how well you live your day.” – Robin Sharma

Before we dive into the core of this article, I want to ask you two really important questions, and you will only reap the benefits of this post if you’re being completely honest:

Do you feel like you’re managing your time well? Do you believe that you’re putting in 100 % effort to achieve whatever it is that sets your soul on fire?

If you answered no to either of these questions, you’re in the right place! Did you know that your first 20 minutes after waking up has a huge impact on the direction and outcome of your day? This is because it’s your brain’s power hour, and it’s the best time to put energy into things that require analysis, concentration, or creativity. If you’re not careful about what you’re feeding your brain in those few minutes, it could drastically affect your day.  

Now, I’m going to place a lot of emphasis on the importance of having a morning routine because I believe that it is vital to our success, and it directly relates to the two questions that I asked you at the beginning of this post.  

Most people will say that they’re not a “morning person,” without realizing how that decision sets them up for failure. Beyond jumpstarting your day and being the early bird who gets the worm, it creates structure in your life, and helps you to be prepared for whatever the day holds.

So, if you are stuck “between a rock and a hard place” and tired of feeling unfulfilled, try these 4 easy to implement strategies to help organize your day and lay the foundation for your goals come to fruition.  

To read  the 4 strategies click HERE

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ITS LIT!! Malia Brown is the creator of UrbanSocial and Natura magazine. She is the former college ambassador for ESSENCE, a Journalist, and an on-air personality. Malia is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and she reports on beauty, pop-culture, political affairs, and race relations.

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