How often do you jump out of the bed, get ready and rush out the door to work or getting the kids off to school? It may only be a few minutes from my house to my workplace at 99 City Road in the heart of London but most days, I still struggle to get there on time.Do you often feel stressed and constantly on the go or even behind in everything you have to do?
Your morning routine plays a big part in how you handle the day and often determines how the rest of your day will go. If you can create some quiet time in the morning, to ease into your day, you’ll be better equipped to handle what life throws at you. Starting your morning with quiet time won’t make all your troubles go away and it won’t prevent the day from trying to tackle you, but it will give you a better foundation and a better mindset to deal with the problems and issues that come along during the day.
Try getting up half an hour earlier, especially if you have children and need to get them up, dressed and out the door for school. By having some quiet time to yourself, you set yourself up to handle things better. If you’re the kind of person who hits the alarm, jumps out of bed and immediately has to get everyone else in the house awake, your morning time probably feels hectic. Just getting half an