What happened to the phrase ‘rise and shine?’ Nobody shines anymore since we are plagued with inefficiency. Social media, procrastination, and blatantly inefficient habits keep us all awake at night later than we are comfortable admitting. It seems that essentially everyone deems themselves as a night owl, but I challenge you to the practice of becoming a morning person and experiencing its various benefits. It is a given that the world’s early risers have more conventional displays of success and prioritize their days with more ease, but how can we with such fluctuating schedules develop the routine of becoming a morning person? Here are four methods to live by in order to make the most of your mornings.
Self-discipline is one of the most sought-after self-care components. It allows us to seek what is important and accomplish it. Discipline is the root that allows us to branch out to more minute building blocks like time management and balance. If you can successfully schedule yourself to begin your days just a little earlier, you can train yourself in applying the same motives elsewhere. Holding yourself to a high standard is key when ensuring your busy days are structured with disciplined priorities.