Besides my bullet journal the only other thing I follow faithfully is the Miracle Morning. If you haven’t read it already, I highly recommend it. Hal can convert even the latest of night owls to have wildly productive mornings.
Ever since I started incorporating my SAVERS routine into my mornings I’ve been more productive, positive and energized.
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Some mornings I find myself drawing a blank on what to incorporate in certain steps of my SAVERS routine. Usually the visualization, exercise and reading steps. So I created a cheat sheet in my bujo that gives me some easy go-to’s when I draw a blank.
I tried to keep these generic and also include something fun (my someday/maybe list, brings out my inner nerd). I also made sure to have things that I could visualize for work or home.
- Finish my to-do list
- Rock a presentation at work
- Kill a workout
- Finish a someday/maybe item
My favorite part about this miracle morning step is that you don’t have to do a strenuous workout, just enough to get the blood flowing. So I kept this category I like to keep this category open so I could still pick something that fit my timing and mood.
- Go to the gym (a.k.a. a full workout)
- Walk 1 mile
- 15 minutes of yoga
- 5 minutes of stretching (foam roller or resistance band)
I dabble in the category all day but I do make sure to cross off one item on this list as a part of my morning routine to continue to improve myself.
- a blogging article
- a chapter of a book
- a fun article
- a finance/Wall Street article
This is how I simplify my Miracle Morning savers routine, how about you?