Launching Your Morning Rituals


Launching Your Morning Rituals


How a mom starts her morning will impact her whole day. Morning rituals are important to set the whole mood for the rest of the day, and a healthy morning routine helps moms be organized and productive throughout their daily tasks– with the children and with work. If moms start out their day feeling sluggish, it affects their energy to perform a whole day’s tasks, and make them feel more exhausted. Moms have a 24/7 job; juggling between parenting, a career, and house duties, they need to set a time to do their daily morning routine in order to feel refreshed and recharged. So we decided to make a list of morning activities that moms can incorporate into their own morning rituals!



Wake up early in the morning

Waking up early in the morning is always a healthy habit. As a mom, dedicating an hour to yourself in the morning is important to set you out for the day. Choose the perfect time to wake up before the children. It helps you do tasks peacefully before everybody is up and running! It is not easy to wake up early especially when you have a night owl child, so choose the perfect time that works for you. Morning rituals are extremely effective in empowering our days as it helps us recharge before the hustle and bustle.






 Morning meditation is especially helpful for moms to incorporate into their morning routine. Guided meditation apps are available online to help you practice this perfect exercise to silence the mind.  Make a habit of it in your bed or lay a mat on the floor. Practicing meditation is scientifically proven to reduce stress, enhance mindfulness, control anxiety, improve focus, and many other significant benefits. Meditation is a good practice especially for setting out your intentions for the day.





Keep a gratitude journal

Feeling grateful is an immensely powerful ritual, and appreciating the little moments of joy in your life is probably one of the most underestimated rituals. It is a perfect morning ritual to start your day on a very positive key. Keeping a journal and writing the things you are most grateful for, no matter how small, can help you focus on the important things in life. Writing these moments of joy, even a simple thank you to the air on your lungs, can bring more happiness and positivity because it sheds light on the things that truly matter. Do this on your morning ritual and watch how each day gets even better.




Do some workout

Doing a simple exercise in the morning gives a lot of benefits that moms can find helpful for their daily tasks. From improving your sleep quality, to stress management, and giving your body a boost of energy, a regular exercise routine will have a significant effect on your energy levels. When you have kids and a job, taking time to exercise can seem impossible, but just a few minutes a day can make a world of difference for your health and mental well-being.






Set your intentions for the day

This is a practical morning ritual that can help you plan and organize what’s ahead. Writing down your most important tasks in the morning can help you focus your day according to what is essential. It helps you prioritize tasks and manage your time better. As a result, you simplify your life by applying your focus and energy on what really counts. If you don’t like to write your intentions, you can sit down, sip your coffee, make some time to state your intentions while the coffee is brewing, or while you’re pouring your cup. This simple ritual is a reminder to yourself on what you want to accomplish for the day and turn those thoughts into a reality. 




Your mornings can set the tone for your entire day. It can mean the difference between a super-productive day or an uninspiring one. Having a morning ritual especially when you’re a mom will set you up for a productive day ahead without sacrificing your overall well-being. When you are a working mom with an added responsibility of raising kids and keeping the house together, you can easily get caught up in complex situations. More importantly, moms must make time for rest and rejuvenation to not feel burnt-out. Doing morning rituals when you’re a mom can seem impossible to some, but with a little planning and curating rituals that best suit your goals, you are well on your way to a more fulfilling and accomplished days.