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Tips for Creating a Successful Morning Routine

Is it even possible for a mompreneur to have a successful morning routine?

I’m just not a morning person.”

“I could never wake up that early.”

“I need as much sleep as I can possibly get.”

These are the sorts of things I hear from people when they find out I am up between 430am and 630am nearly every morning. They are also the sorts of things I said to my coach who introduced me to the world of morning routines before I jumped on the bandwagon. And my 180 on early mornings and the results I’ve seen from others in my community who finally have the time for focused work, self-care or just a little quiet alone time are exactly why we are talking “Tips for a Successful Morning Routine” on this week’s episode.

Look, I know early mornings aren’t for everyone. But just like anything else in your business or mom life from Facebook Groups to chore charts, how will you know if it will work if you won’t try it? I feel like sometimes we are more comfortable complaining that we don’t have the time we need to write a blog post in quiet or take a shower without heads peeking in rather than make a simple shift that can allow us to create the time we need. That is exactly what I did.

My first business coach was a huge fan of morning routines. and as she would listen to me complain week in and week out about not having the time to build my business and spend time on myself, she would gently suggest it was time to set the alarm clock a little earlier. Eventually, I relented. If only to prove her wrong. There was no way this night owl, mom of toddlers was ever going to be able to wake up any earlier than absolutely necessary to get my kids wrangled and out the door to preschool before I started my day of appointments. I agreed to wake a half-hour earlier until our next meeting in a month.

Within a week I was hooked. By the time our appointment rolled around, I was waking an hour earlier. I had found the magical time I didn’t think was possible. And I want to help you find it too.

Why Start a Morning Routine

How would it feel for you to start your day, your way? Instead of leading with hustling, bustling, and feeling behind…You could start with feeling accomplished. Nurtured. Awake. Fulfilled. And don’t you think everything that comes after that kind of morning is just going to be better?

A successful morning routine is a combination of setting your alarm along with having a plan for how you’ll spend your time. And of course, putting the phone down, shutting down Netflix while getting your booty to bed a little earlier.

A morning routine gives you dedicated time when the world is quiet to focus. To breathe. To enjoy the silence before the chaos. Rather than trying to focus on creating social media content or workout with one child yelling in the other room and the other strapped to your left leg.

And as I said in the intro, I get that you don’t think you’re a morning person. But how about this quote from Amy Landino’s book “Good Morning, Good Life”

“I’m not a morning person; I’m a life person.”

Amy Landino, Good Morning, Good Life

Do you want to be a life person? Do you want to have time for what you enjoy? To build the business of your dreams? To take the course your bought or start the day with a clear sink? Creating a morning routine that allows you to fulfill your desires can make you a life person, even if you’re not a morning person at your core.

As you dive into your morning routine, you’ll notice the rest of your day feels less stressful. You’re accomplishing more around your house or in your business because of the focused time you’re spending first thing in the day. You’ll actually have time for some stress-relieving activities like working out, reading a book, or taking a shower and getting yourself ready without feeling rushed. In time, you will notice that you now control your daily schedule rather than your schedule controlling you.

Creating a morning routine also helps set the tone for the entire day. You can start feeling accomplished and fulfilled rather than frazzled, stressed, or stuck in an endless loop of being behind.

And picture a school morning where you’ve woken up and worked out, scheduled some social media posts, and/or finished folding the laundry BEFORE the kids wake. Now you can focus on making sure they have what they need for their school day and, dare I say it, sit down to drink your coffee with them while they eat breakfast because you are feeling like you’ve already crossed items off your to-do list before they even work up. Can you see it?

Steps to Creating a Successful Morning Routine

You deserve to start your day your way. You are worthy of time to focus on your needs. And finding that time can be easier than you think…if you can just get past the little alarm clock part. I’ve got 5 steps that I share with my community when they are looking to create or reinvest in a morning routine.

  1. Know Your Why…as with so many parts a pieces of your business or lives in general, knowing WHY you are trying a new habit or the benefit it will have when you stick with it goes a long way to ensure your success. Why is waking up earlier important for you as a mom? As a business owner? As a household manager? How can making this shift improve the quality of life for you? Your family? Or your clients?
  2. Get to Bed…Once you are super clear on why you want this time in the morning, you got to get to bed. And I realize everyone’s bed situation is different based on your kids’ ages, your sleeping situation, even the size of your house. But even if you aren’t waking up at the crack of dawn, preparing your body to sleep and fall asleep faster is an important skill for mompreneurs. Way back on Episode 13 of the podcast, I talked about 6 Ways to Get to Bed Earlier to Wake Up Earlier that covers everything from bedtime alarms to shutting down screens to creating a bedtime routine you actually look forward to. (You can check out 6 Ways to Get to Bed Earlier to Wake Up Earlier here) But the big takeaway is that you need to do whatever it takes to get yourself to bed earlier if you want to successfully wake up earlier.
  3. Set Your Alarm Earlier…And now that you’re getting yourself to sleep earlier, it is time to wake up earlier. I highly recommend starting slow. Set your alarm 15-30 minutes earlier to start. Even 10 minutes is better than nothing…especially if you have a purpose for you time (which we will talk about in our next step). Also, think about your alarm style. If a blaring beep isn’t doing it for you, try waking to music. Or using an alarm clock that uses light versus sound. I recently switched over to a clock like this and I have to say waking to light and chirping birds is much more pleasant than uh-uh-uh.
  4. Plan What to Do…And once you’re up and raring to go, it’s best to have a plan for your sacred time. Think about what you’d like to do the night before. Or create a morning ritual. Think about the tasks or activities you consider important but that feel like you don’t have time for or can’t devote the time you need to. I like to suggest something for yourself, something for your home, and something for your work if you have time. For instance, you jump on the treadmill for 15 minutes, start a load of laundry, and review your priority tasks for the day. Self, home, business…check, check, check. And all of that could be done in around 30-45 minutes.
  5. Plan for Failure…And my final step in creating a successful morning routine is to plan to fail. Because it is going to happen. Vacation. The holidays. A sick kid. A sick you. And perhaps you just need a bit more sleep one day which turns into a week of snoozing. It can happen. And it’s ok. What’s important is to reflect on how you got off track and reinvest in why it was you wanted to start your morning routine in the first place. Then continue with what was working for you and take this chance to drop anything that wasn’t. Remember “if a plan doesn’t work, change the plan, not the goal.” If the goal is to wake up earlier to have more time for you or focused work or maintaining your home, but you can’t wake up early when you got to bed at 1130pm every time, perhaps the plan needs a zhuzh. You can use a stopping strategy to help preplan for any backsliding you encounter. Fill in the blank…If I __________, I will _________. If I hit turn off my alarm 2 days in a row, I will contact a friend to text me to make sure I’m up on the third day.Or if I find myself going to bed later which makes it harder to wake up early, I will create time in the middle of my day to watch my favorite show rather than staying up too late. Think about how you can get back on the horse if you happen to fall off.

And there you have my 5 steps to help you, yes you, even the most non-morning person, create a successful morning routine. Know why it is you want or need to wake up earlier. Create a plan to get yourself to bed earlier. Start setting your alarm a little earlier. Have a plan for how your will spend your new found time nurturing yourself, focusing on your business, or maintaining your household. And finally, know that it is ok if you get off track. Life happens. And mom life happens even more. But deciding now how you will reinvest will help you get back on track quicker and easier.

And if you’re looking for help in creating your successful morning routine or just managing your time in general, I’ve got several different ways to help you make the most of the time you have, focus on the priority tasks that will grow your business AND help you spend more time with your family. Whether you need to create a prioritized workflow or a thorough evaluation of your time and goals with accountability to keep you on track, I’m here to help. Let’s jump on a free, no-obligation call to see how I can help you overcome your overwhelm to live your most fun and fulfilled life as a mom and business owner. Click the link below to book your free call today.

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How to Get Back on Track with Your Morning Routine

What happens when life happens to your morning routine?

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Today we’re talking how to regroup and restart your morning routine when life gets in the way. Or the snooze bar gets in the way. Whichever comes first. But you can salvage your morning routine with a bit of pre-planning for the inevitable backsliding or life happening that may come your way.

I created a past, present, future technique to help revitalize your morning routine…or any habit that may fall by the wayside. Can you identify what tripped you up? Need help creating a new plan or editing your old one to prevent similar backsliding in the future. Can you pre-plan a strategy to keep you going? Read on for more details below. 😉

You may not have thought about planning to fail in order to keep habit going in the past. But I can tell you it works. Your brain likes to be comfortable and stay the same. Whenever you try to get it out of its comfort zone, it sends all kinds of doubt and obstacles your way. It wants to protect its cozy, comfortable state. That’s why we are going to prepare in advance for what our brain could do to stop us and have a plan to succeed ready to go.

The tips in today’s episode are perfect for when you’ve been on a roll with your morning routine and then a kid gets sick. Or you go on vacation. Or you get sick while on vacation. Any number of things that can come up and threaten your morning routine. As a result, you start to convince yourself that a morning routine really wasn’t important or that it wasn’t working for you.

And these problem solving/restart tips will not only work for you recalibrating your morning routine, but the past, present, future way to look at problem solving can also help you for restarting other habits that may have fallen by the wayside. Not to mention, the mindset skill of creating a stopping strategy will benefit you to talk your brain out of quitting other habits you truly want to incorporate into your life.

And showing others, like your kids or your clients, how you can reset or reinvest when you’ve fallen off the wagon can inspire them to do the same. #bonus

Learning from Your Past Morning Routine

When it comes to restarting or reinvesting in a your morning routine habit, I want to help you see the past, present and future. This will help you jump start waking up early again.

Let’s start with the past…Or evaluating what happened to get you off track. When did your morning routine get off track? Was it a vacation? Did you bedtime routine slide and make it harder to wake up? Did you convince yourself that a morning routine wasn’t worth it? Get super clear on what happened to get you off track.

And also, as we look at the past, remember WHY it was you wanted a morning routine. Was it to work more focused? To get work projects done before your kids woke up? To have some time to exercise or read a book for yourself? That why statement is so crucial to remembering what made you start this new habit.

Want some strategy on crafting your why statement?
Check out my episode “Mindset for a Mom Morning Routine” to help you out.

Succeed with Your Present Morning Routine

Next, comes the present…You want to continue the parts of your morning routine that were working. And eliminate what is not. What was working when routine was humming along? What was not working? As you reboot your routine, you don’t have to keep all the parts and pieces that you originally planned. For instance, your morning jog may be better in the evening. Maybe you’re trying to tackle too many to-dos. Don’t feel like you have to go back if it truly isn’t working.

And on the flip side…if something was working well. If it brought you joy, was something you love, or was something you looked forward to every day, be sure you keep doing that.

Preparing for Your Future Morning Routine

Finally, when we look to the future…How can you prepare for future success? I love the term “stopping strategy” which was introduced to me by my coach Emily Williams. It’s essentially pre-planning for those things that trip up and stop you from getting ahead. If we can identify the obstacles beforehand, we can problem solve before we encounter them.

For example, is binge watching Netflix and staying up too late is stopping you from waking early? Then it is essential for you to have a bedtime alarm. Or perhaps a friend who will call and make sure you’re getting ready for bed. Do you hit the snooze too many times because your alarm is on your nightstand? Try keeping your alarm across the room to force you to get up. In other words, figure out from your past what tripped you up and problem solve now for your success.

Does your morning routine or any habit that needs a little kick in the pants to address your past, present and future? Grab your journal or the notes app on your phone and let’s make a plan! To sum up the past, present, future technique, you need to:

  1. Write down your “why” for creating a morning routine.
  2. Record what it was that got you off track.
  3. List what was working and what wasn’t for your morning routine.
  4. What tripped you up or what could potentially stop you in the future? You need to plan for how you would successfully navigate that obstacle. Fill in the blank below:

“If I _________________ (insert the action that stops you), I will ______________ (insert the solution to keep you going.)

And I am here to help you in all aspects of your morning routine. Feel free to drop your question in the comments below. Or share your stopping strategy for a bit of accountability.

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How to Wake Up Earlier as a Mompreneur

When you say “wake up earlier”, how early are we talking???

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Let’s talk how to wake up earlier. Like 5 am earlier. Maybe even earlier (I’m toying with 4 am when homeschooling starts 😳🤪) I’m not gonna lie, starting an early morning routine can feel daunting. Especially if you don’t feel like you’re a “morning person”. But hopefully the strategies I share that have worked for many morning routine advocates can help you wake up earlier too.

Today’s tips help you ease into a morning routine…Even if you don’t feel like you could possibly wake up any earlier. And, dare I say, even make it that you find waking up earlier enjoyable. Yep, I said it.

Can commit to slow and steady progress in creating your routine? Then you will find the habit easier to maintain. And you will notice the results and benefits of your morning routine. Because you are taking time to focus on the subtle changes rather than a broad sweeping overhaul.

Because I definitely do not recommend diving headfirst into a 5am morning routine. Unless you are already waking up fairly early. It’s like when you start a diet and you’re like “I’m not going to eat sugar or caffeine or carbs starting tomorrow”. Too much change is hard to maintain and can cause additional stress. And we’re trying to relieve stress with this routine. My tips today will ease you into this new found routine.

You still might think “I could never be a morning person”. Or “I would just hit snooze until I wake up at my normal time. And trust me, I get it. I argued with my coach when she first suggested it to me as a way to get my work done while my kids were around.

But creating and committing to an early morning routine has given me exactly what she promised…more time to work on focused projects to move my business forward. More time for self-care. And more time with my family where I’m actually present. Rather than thinking about what I’ll work on after they go to bed.

On a daily basis, you can start your day with something that fills your cup…whether figuratively like reading a book you love or exercising. Or literally like drinking a cup of coffee in quiet while reading the newspaper or just sitting.

And your family will notice and appreciate your presence. You will show them being your own boss doesn’t mean you have to work all the time. You can turn off and tune in when it’s family time.

My 6 Strategies to Wake Up Earlier

Have I convinced you to give an early morning routine a go? Are you still on the fence or wondering how you’ll drag your tired mom bod out of bed? Well, here are my six strategies to get your out of bed in the morning…So you can create a consistent morning routine you love.

  1. First, start slow. Too much too soon will be hard to maintain when it comes to any new habit. Start with 15-30 minutes earlier. Then when that feel normal or easier, back it up a little more. It took me around 6 months to go from waking with my kids at 730am to waking at 530am
  2. Next figure out an alarm style that will wake you up, but not ruin your morning. You might want to try the clocks that slowly make the room brighter or waking to music. Or one of my favorite ideas I heard is a man who wanted to kick his snooze habit. So he recorded himself asking his dog if it wanted to take a walk and used it as an alarm. If you have a dog, you know there is no hitting the snooze on walkies. Google ideas or search around on Amazon to find an alarm style that appeals to you.
  3. Another way to help you get up and at ‘em earlier is to set your morning up the night before. Prep something you’ll love to eat for breakfast. Know exactly what you’ll do or work on to cut down on the decision fatigue…because who wants to wake up and immediately start making decisions about what to do.
  4. Next, try to incorporate some way of moving your body and waking your brain. It could be something like placing the alarm clock you choose across the room to force you out of bed. You might want to write morning pages or affirmations to get your focus juices flowing. Do something to help your body and mind ease into the work you will do. Rather than rolling right out of bed onto your laptop
  5. And waking your mind and moving your body can couple with my next strategy…Do something you love. It’s so much easier to wake up if you do something you look forward to rather than something you dread. Yoga, meditation, reading, jogging, dishes…because maybe you really like dishes? 🤷‍♀️ Anything that may motivate you to get out of bed because of the pleasure you derive from doing it…Do that thing as part of your morning routine.
  6. And finally, if you are struggling but really feel like you want to create a solid morning routine, find accountability. Maybe you wake and take a walk with a friend…that’s creating a plan, accountability, moving your body and doing something you love all rolled into one! Maybe you can work with your spouse or a co-worker. Or hire a coach who will do early morning check-ins to make sure you’re up. If it is important but you feel like you need extra help…find some accountability.

Ready to start working on your early morning routine? Write down your plan. Include what time you’ll wake up, what sort of alarm you’ll use, and what activity you love you’ll incorporate. Feel free to drop any questions or success stories in the comments below.

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How to Get to Bed Earlier to Wake Up Earlier

I want you to get to bed earlier…

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It is very hard to wake up early if you go to bed late. And trust me, your best morning routine starts the night before. Creating a solid bedtime routine will help you fall asleep quicker, sleep more soundly, and wake up easier and hopefully earlier in the morning.

The mamas who are the most successful start by consistently implementing the steps I will give you today. It helps to wind down their busy minds and prepare for sleep. Believe me, I am not a stranger to going to bed and spending hours trying to quiet my crazy brain. So even if you aren’t planning to wake up at 5am, these tips help you get a better night’s sleep. I dedicated time to your bedtime routine in case you tried waking up early in the past, but found it hard to maintain. Probably because your weren’t starting the night before.

You may think “I’m a night owl, there’s no way I can get to bed earlier”. Or that’s when I get the TV to myself. Or that’s only time I’m able to read because it’s quiet. But when you look at your productivity, the work you are producing, your stress levels trying to work with kids around, or the amount of time you’re dedicating to self-care…which is more important. Watching TV uninterrupted for 3 hours from 9-midnight? Or that you complete important tasks that move your business forward and make you more money first thing in the morning.

Creating a routine that signals “Time to wind down and get to bed” helps you sleep deeper, dream more, and wake refreshed. You mind will feel clearer and more focused the more sleep you get.

And it will make waking up early, whatever early means to you, easier. Getting adequate sleep boosts your immune system and helps with your mental well being. It boosts creativity and memory functions. It sharpens your focus on activities and gives you more energy. Sign me up!

Not to mention everyone in the house benefits from a well-rested, happier, healthier, less stressed, less anxious, more focused, and more productive mama. 🤘🤘🤘

My 6 Tips to Get to Bed Earlier

  1. Set a Bedtime Alarm…First, set a bedtime alarm for 45-60 minutes before you’d like to have lights out. You can use a phone to set an alarm. Or set up a routine on your digital assistant to remind you it’s time to wind down.
  2. Cut off Stimulants…Second, make sure you cut off any caffeine, stimulants or alcohol well before bedtime. These things make it hard for you to fall asleep. And can diminish the quality of your sleep once you get there.
  3. Turn Off Your Screens…Next, turn off the TV and put down your phone 30-60 minutes before bedtime. You might have heard of the hormone melatonin which helps you fall asleep and wake up. The blue light and stimulation from screens disrupt the release of melatonin which helps you fall asleep and stay asleep. Shutting down the screens helps to re-regulate your melatonin release to fall asleep.
  4. Dim the Lights…Dimming the lights or turning off overhead lights as it gets closer to bedtime helps signal sleep to your body. The melatonin in your body naturally responds to it getting darker and in turn, starts prepping you to fall asleep. A great trick if you don’t have dimmer switches in your house is to use a wifi-enabled lightbulb. You can either use your digital assistant and set up a regular routine for the lights to slowly get dimmer. Or you can use your phone to dim you lamp when your bedtime alarm goes off.
  5. Read Fiction…If you are a night time reader, read something that is non-stimulating. Fiction helps your brain wind down and stimulate dreams. Choose it over self-help. You know, a book that’s telling you all the things you need to fix about your life or business. This tip was a game-changer for me.
  6. Create a Calming Ritual…And finally, creating some sort of calming ritual you do to signal to your body it’s time to sleep. It could be a nighttime tea. A skincare routine. A nighttime meditation. Stretching. Pretty much anything that calms your body. Perform it regularly to wind down your mind and body to fall asleep faster and stay asleep. And wake up feeling refreshed.
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Feeling motivated to create a routine to help you get to bed earlier? Start by committing to at least one of today’s steps. Then tell me in the comments which step you’re committing to. I look forward to hearing about your night routine.

And don’t miss my other morning routine post like Mindset Tips for a Mom Morning Routine, 6 Ways to Wake Up Earlier, and What to Do If Your Morning Routine Needs a Kickstart.

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How to Create a Morning Routine as a Mompreneur

“I could never have a mom morning routine.”

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I disagree.

Wanna know the biggest factor in my success as an entrepreneur and mom trying to juggle all the things? That is my morning routine. We touched on it a little in EarlyWhy Mom Needs an Morning Routine to balance work and homeschool successfully. This week we dive into the nitty gritty details of all things morning routine. From mindset to backsliding. From going to bed to waking up.

Today I have mindset exercises to help you get over the idea that you’re not a morning person. They will help you create a “why” around waking up earlier and see how your life could benefit from an early morning routine.

Dig deep with these exercises. Establish a solid connection to how your morning routine could help you complete your work and spend more time with your family. Even the most non-morning person can start to develop a morning routine when they focus on their why.

Benefits of a Mom Morning Routine

You might be thinking that waking up early is simply a matter of setting your alarm earlier. But there is more too it than that. Knowing your “why”, the benefits and the motivation for why you are making this change can help you stick with it. If you’re just setting an alarm, it’s easy to say “well I don’t need to wake up early tomorrow. I’ll do it the next day.” If you connect the act of setting your alarm or waking up early to a “why”, a specific purpose and benefit, you will be more successful and your new morning routine will feel enjoyable to maintain.

And you might think “this sounds great but I’m not a morning person.” I never thought of myself as a morning person. But I am addicted to crossing things off my to-do list. I am a person who prefers to spend my evenings with my family versus my laptop. Would you like to be that person too?

These exercises will help you establish a clear “why” that will help you continue your morning routine even on the days you want to hit the snooze 17 times.

You’ll start to develop a routine that may include self-care or home tasks that you’ve had trouble fitting in.   

And doing the mindset work to clearly establish the benefits of your morning routine keeps you waking early, completing work, and focusing on your family life later in the day.

Let’s Create Your Mom Morning Routine “Why”

Our exercises will focus on the benefits and tasks you would like to include in your morning routine. So grab a pen and paper or the notes app on your phone and play along…

First, list 3 ways you could benefit from an early morning routine…these could be work related, family releated, self-care related, exercise relates, quiet cup of coffee related…everyone’s list will be different. The important thing is to look at where you struggle in your work and home life now, and thing how a quiet, focused, kid-free environment could help you with that.

Step 2 is to figure out what tasks you would do in your early morning routine. Fill in the blank of “If I woke up consistently earlier I could” blank…what could you do for your self-care? What could you do around your house? How could your work or productivity improve?

See how your morning routine can help you balance homeschool and work life.
Listen to “Why Mom Needs an Early Morning Routine.”

And finally, let’s put all your brainstorming together. The ways you could benefit and what your could do with the new found time in your morning routine. Create your “why” statement by writing “I’m motivated to create a consistent morning routine so I can” and pick your priority benefits and tasks.

Remembering Your Mom Morning Routine “Why”

For instance, my morning routine why sounds like this….I’m motivated to create a consistent morning routine so I can meditate to prepare my mind for the day, get the priority tasks on my to-do list completed, and finish last night’s dishes. Because I hate doing dishes at night after dinner. I just want to sit on my couch. That couch time with my family is important and helps keep me motivated to wake up early. Getting those priority tasks keeps me motivated to wake up. Because I know the stress I feel when I try to do focused work with my kids asking a thousand questions or needing a thousand snacks. And my early morning meditation practice is the first form of self-care I’ve stuck too consistently since becoming a mother. Now I feel like my day is incomplete without it.

Let’s create your why…List 3 or more ways you could benefit from a morning routine. Next, answer what self-care, home care, or work tasks you could do that you aren’t doing consistently now if you started a morning routine. And I finally, using the lists you’ve created, write your why statement…I’m motivated to create a consistent morning routine so I can…

I’d love to hear your morning routine why. Tell me in the comments below the benefits and tasks you’ll tackle complete in your morning routine.

Ready to experience better mental, physical, and emotional health without sacrificing additional time and energy? Let’s jump on a free, no-obligation 15-minute clarity call to see how I can help you experience more fun & fulfillment in your work and home life.