Mari Suggs Romance Author 

How to Create the Perfect Outcome For Your Day

If you’re anything like me, your day gets more complicated as it goes on. For this reason, I try to set my intentions for the day from the moment I open my eyes. I have found that my days are far more productive, and I get to accomplish more goals when I take control of my day, rather than just letting the day unfold as it would. The following are five tips that will help you create the day and life you want.


Meditate: I like to begin my mornings in mediation. I like to do it right when I wake up because my mind is not yet busy or distracted. I also like to meditate when I wake up because it is during these times that we get inspiration from God/Universe. Some of my creative ideas have come while in meditation, or, as I'm coming out. So if you're looking for some clarity, try meditation, I'm certain you will get the answers you seek.


Exercise: I don’t know about you, but if I don’t exercise in the morning, chances are, it’s not going to happen. As my day progresses, things “come up” and I end up putting exercising off until tomorrow. Though I understand the importance of working out, and I want to maintain a healthy lifestyle, it’s not always easy, or something I ‘feel’ like doing. For this reason, I choose to do it early, before I can allow a million distractions to prevent me from tackling that frog.


Get motivated: Not a day goes by that I don’t listen to motivational material. All day long, I listen to lectures or audio books from the self-development community. I love learning about topics that help awaken the person I came to be: anything from learning about how to become rich to how to be a kinder a person, I inhale it with immense passion. Therefore, this is an imperative part of my morning routing, one that I do not skip. I suggest finding material on YouTube or a podcast or buy an audiobook of your favorite author and listen, listen, listen. It will transform your life.


Be grateful: Nothing pumps me up more than acknowledging all the blessing in my life. Each day, I write down five things that I am grateful for (you can do more, of course).  Doing this helps me feel better, which helps me think better thoughts, which then helps bring even better things into my day.


Get Clear: Now that I’ve done the inside work, it’s time to do some outside work. For clarification purposes, each morning, I review my monthly goals and then I make a list of the things I will do that day to help me reach my overall objectives.

So there you have it, five tips to start creating a day you can feel better about. Do you have a morning routine? If so, please leave your methods in a comment, I would love to hear from you.

Till Next Time

As a side note, in case you didn’t know, I am also the author of two novels: More Than Words Can Say and Falling For You. You can visit the “book” tab for more information or visit Amazon, they are both available on paperback and kindle!


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