Did you know that 92% of people with a morning routine consider themselves to be "highly productive"?

Bette Midler in Hocus Pocus says

Having a morning routine can help you organize your time more effectively.

Discover the benefits of a morning routine so you can be more productive!

What is a morning routine and how does it help?

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A morning routine involves different steps that you do every day.

A morning routine is beneficial because it:

  • Helps you feel motivated for the day ahead.

  • Shows you how to use your time wisely.

  • Gets you in the right mindset for the week.

  • Sets you up for success from the beginning of the day.

Example morning routines to feel more productive

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Start the day off well with these tips and tricks:

  • Don't hit snooze on your phone or alarm clock; instead, jump out of bed with a "can do" and "I've got this" mentality.

  • Make your bed so it sets the tone for the rest of the day.

  • Make time to sit down for a cup of coffee and journal or plan.

  • Write about what you're grateful for in your life.

  • Make time for breakfast and to make sure you're eating healthy.

  • Establish an exercise routine.

  • Have an accountability partner who can help you stick to your routine.


Alice wants to begin a productive morning routine. Which suggestions can you give her? Choose all that apply:

How can you save time to be the most productive?

  • Prepare your meals, drinks, and snacks at the beginning of the week with meal planning.

  • Get your outfit ready and lay out your clothes for the next day.

  • Create an inviting workspace for yourself and others by cleaning your home office and kitchen area.

  • Pack your bag if you're commuting and charge your devices.

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What if you're not a morning person but still want a routine?

Garfield waking up his owner by jumping on his head and opening his eyes .

  • First of all, you should figure out when you are most productive throughout the day.

  • Can you get into your flow in the morning, afternoon, or evening?

  • Then, develop a routine at the time you'll be the most productive.


Michael wants to learn how to have a productive morning routine. What can he do? Choose all that apply:


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