Feel Good Friday #3: How to Create Your Ideal Morning Routine for Self-Care

How to Create A Morning Self-Care Routine

In today’s Feel Good Friday episode, we’re addressing one of my favorite topics: how to create a morning self-care routine. I’m breaking down what my morning self-care routine looks like, why it can be short and sweet (I promise you don’t need to wake up at the crack of dawn for a solid morning self-care routine), and how you can customize it to make it work for you.

Generally speaking, I break my morning routine into three categories: things that take care of my mind, body, and spirit. Depending on my season in life and what my priorities are, the amount of time I spend on each area, and what I do to support each area will vary. But I recommend you find a routine that works well for you! Because we all could use a little more practical self-care.

In this episode, we talk about…

  • Why you shouldn’t use your phone first thing in the morning.
  • Resources to help you take care of your mind, body, and spirit.
  • Ideas for customizing your morning self-care routine to make it work for you.

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