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    I usually wake up grab my coffee, write a draft for my blog, check emails and then.....depending on the day the hard work starts!


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    i work as freelancer and earn good money


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    Over the past 5 years, I have been developing my "ideal" morning routine. Due to some back issues, I start with a series of stretches to help strengthen my core and warm up my muscles. I do this in my PJs before getting dressed. Focusing on the stretching helps clear my mind, as it actually doesn't allow me to dwell on other things.

    About 2 1/2 years ago, I added a 2 minute meditation which I have since worked up to 5 minutes. This part of my morning ritual helps me feel more awake, grounded, and ready for a productive day.

    There is a great TED talk: The happy secret to better work - that discusses the importance of a good attitude and it's connection to success. There are daily routines that can help increase your positivity that include: gratitude, journaling, exercise, meditation, and random acts of kindness. The fantastic conclusion he makes is that a positive brain is 30% more productive than one at negative or neutral.

    In addition to creating a more 'positive' brain, these other suggested rituals offer a perspective that enables us to better prioritize and feel grateful for all that we have.

    At night, or before you finish work for the day, I suggest the following:

    Spend the last 10 minutes of your day planning for tomorrow. Review your task list, prioritize what needs to get done, and schedule the time in your calendar to complete your most important tasks. I also schedule in time for things that are important to me but not work related (exercise, going to the supermarket, calling my siblings, etc.)

    Actually make an appointment with yourself to make sure you have the time to get things done. Be sure to keep in mind the parts of the day where your concentration is best and there are likely to be fewer interruptions. For many people this is first thing in the morning, shortly after they arrive at the office.

    Being mindful to schedule your hardest tasks for your window of peak performance will enable you to get more quality work done in less time. performing this ritual each night helps you to have clarity about your priorities and you will certainly sleep better.

    Sometimes, having planned your day the night before, you can arrive at work only to find that everything has changed. You must allow yourself the flexibility to adjust and accommodate tasks and projects that might be more urgent and more important than what you had originally planned.


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    Morning routine... i guess read the news with my coffee, write some articles, post on social media, nap, send some emails, then call it a day!


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    Generally, rolling out of bed by 8:00A.
    1 hour of meditation. A walk with the dog. Come in, make the coffee and a meal.
    Music or a podcast is usually on by the time I sit to eat and sip my coffee.

    Every Sunday, I write in a Moleskine calendar all my to-do's for the week. Not necessarily because this is better than any phone app calendar, I just find the act of writing really helps my memory. Kind of like a Work Breakdown Structure I compartmentalize all the tasks and spread them over my schedule so I know essentially what to expect day-to-day throughout the week.

    Sometimes I will begin my workday with checking emails and getting up to speed with any overnight developments. I work in some Sales and I get client emails constantly. When I'm ready I will start with easy tasks. Getting those out of the way by lunch makes me very focused for the bigger projects.

    I'm usually resting and eating dinner by 6-7P. Read, maybe explore reddit. I'll shower and meditate 1 hour before I lay down for sleep.


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    Just like most of the bloggers and website owners, my daily routine is also very tough. I have to post a unique article on daily bases so that i can increase the number of audience plus i also use to promote it on social media as well. I am also a freelancer so I have to make a good reputation there as well.


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