WHY YOU SHOULD WAKE UP AT 6AM EVERY DAY

December 18, 2018



A couple days ago, I felt incredibly inspired to get my life back together and become the productive being I used to be a few years back. It was a cozy Sunday evening, I'd eaten too much chocolate, not exercised for weeks and I felt low. I suppose we all know this feeling too well. Whilst scrolling through YouTube, huddled up in the corner of the sofa underneath a warm fleece blanket, I came across a TedTalk on waking up early and being productive. Long story short, I listened to the talk, watched more videos on the subject and decided it was time to get my shi*t back together. It's okay to let yourself go once in a while, but it gets boring after some time. 



So, feeling utterly inspired to get started on Monday, new week new me?, I grabbed my trusty notebook filled with scribbles that used to make me feel good about myself but had now turned meaningless, I jotted down my schedule for the next week. I'd wake up at 6 every day, either go for a run, stretch out with a short yet sweet yoga session, or get started on some uni work. I went to bed early, but couldn't fall asleep. But I wasn't about to give up without even trying. The next morning, I woke up, pulled on the clothes I'd put next to my bed right away and went on a 20-minute run (though I walked quite a fair bit, if I'm being honest). I meditated for 10 minutes straight after, showered, had my breakfast whilst listening to a podcast and by 7.30 am I was ready to face the day. 



My morning routine looks different every day, but it always starts at 6. I noticed I'm making much healthier choices food-wise, I feel more content, I'm working out more often and I'm wasting less time doing useless crap like watching 10 vlogs in a row. So why should you wake up that early every day? You'll find yourself being more productive, feeling better about yourself and generally doing life better. Now I'd love to know what you think about a 6am morning routine and if you're already implementing some of the measures I took?

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WHY YOU SHOULD WAKE UP AT 6AM EVERY DAY

December 18, 2018



A couple days ago, I felt incredibly inspired to get my life back together and become the productive being I used to be a few years back. It was a cozy Sunday evening, I'd eaten too much chocolate, not exercised for weeks and I felt low. I suppose we all know this feeling too well. Whilst scrolling through YouTube, huddled up in the corner of the sofa underneath a warm fleece blanket, I came across a TedTalk on waking up early and being productive. Long story short, I listened to the talk, watched more videos on the subject and decided it was time to get my shi*t back together. It's okay to let yourself go once in a while, but it gets boring after some time. 



So, feeling utterly inspired to get started on Monday, new week new me?, I grabbed my trusty notebook filled with scribbles that used to make me feel good about myself but had now turned meaningless, I jotted down my schedule for the next week. I'd wake up at 6 every day, either go for a run, stretch out with a short yet sweet yoga session, or get started on some uni work. I went to bed early, but couldn't fall asleep. But I wasn't about to give up without even trying. The next morning, I woke up, pulled on the clothes I'd put next to my bed right away and went on a 20-minute run (though I walked quite a fair bit, if I'm being honest). I meditated for 10 minutes straight after, showered, had my breakfast whilst listening to a podcast and by 7.30 am I was ready to face the day. 



My morning routine looks different every day, but it always starts at 6. I noticed I'm making much healthier choices food-wise, I feel more content, I'm working out more often and I'm wasting less time doing useless crap like watching 10 vlogs in a row. So why should you wake up that early every day? You'll find yourself being more productive, feeling better about yourself and generally doing life better. Now I'd love to know what you think about a 6am morning routine and if you're already implementing some of the measures I took?

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