Want to give a unique and significant gift to your family this holiday season?
Establish a solid morning routine.
Yup, it doesn’t cost a thing.
“But I’m not a morning person!”
Okay, so is it possible? How do you get motivated for that?
You need to understand the greater purpose.
You need practical tips for doing it.
You need to choose what works for you in your current season.
Let’s chat WHY this is important – yes, even during the holidays.
So often we put ourselves on the back burner during this season of giving to our people.
Although sometimes we neglect our spiritual, mental and physical health because of all we are DOING or GIVING to others…how is our spirit, mood, attitude and tone in the midst of all that?
Are we at peace?
Are we joyful?
Are we pleasant to even be around?
Recently I read Proverbs 3:17-18 about wisdom: Her [wisdom] ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. She is a tree of life to those who lay hold of her; those who hold her fast are called blessed.
Don’t neglect yourself this holiday season, or anytime. Giving gifts to people is nice, but let’s consider giving the gift of a peaceful and joyful spirit to the people we love – this will evade how we spend our time, slow down our multitasking (which is a good thing, trust me), and perhaps prove to be the best gift we could ever give our family and friends.
If you’re wanting ideas for how I do this, I’m happy to share! It mainly comes down to three main areas that are daily non-negotiable areas for me.
I start my day with Jesus and my plant based energy drink.
I move my body each morning with guided workouts so I feel good and rest good. 😃
I fuel my body with superfoods and good, simple nutrition that sustain my energy and equip me to do all the things. 💚
These disciplines really do matter, friend. Yes, even in the throes of the holidays. Let’s not neglect it.
And if you need someone to team up with you and encourage and equip you along the way, just reach out to me. I’d love to share more with you about the resources I use, answer questions, or encourage you on your own journey.
Remember: it matters. Give the gift of a peaceful and joyful you this holiday season.