Cultivate stillness in your Morning routine

For me, a morning routine is the ultimate. By "routine", I don't mean brushing teeth and getting dressed. It's about carving out time for yourself before anyone else interrupts your day. It's about no text messages, no social media, no emails ... it's your own time to start the day in your own space. (even if that is just your own mind space)

It's an important mindfulness practice to start your day without distractions ... sometimes the only way to achieve this is by waking up extra early, before everyone else does, so that you are the only one influencing how you start your day.

I make a point of waking up early and listening to something that feels good, writing or reading something positive, or just making sure I put on some uplifting music when the morning actually begins.

Take some time to think about how you can cultivate stillness into your daily routine and explore what method might work best for you. 

When you are ready, continue below or click to complete the #selfcare task for cultivating stillness.

You can also explore some of my favourite methods and sources of inspiration to see what works for you by checking out my Resource page

Short video on morning routines

If you are looking for further inspiration, watch this short video (6 minutes) with one of my favourites, Natalie MacNeil, as she reinforces the importance of a morning routine focused on YOU!

self care task for stillness

Follow the simple steps below to practice stillness in your daily routine

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Choose the best time of day to cultivate stillness and determine if there is anything you need to do to prepare your space (e.g. grab headphones, let a family member know to leave you alone, etc.)

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Choose the best method for you to cultivate stillness (e.g. uplifting music, meditation, positive words, silence) Remember this task is about limiting distractions, creating a space for you to practice calm and stillness, so you may need to try a few things to know what works best.

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Write down your commitment of what your practice will be, the time of day (morning/bedtime) that you think will work best and the date you will start. 

Practice each day!.

Self care task for stillness

Complete the self care task and TELL ME ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE


I would love to hear about your commitments, challenges and what went well! 

You can also ask me any questions you might have about the process. Simply  fill out the form on this page and hit "send" - I look forward to hearing from you!

~ Laura