Miracle Morning – Recommended Reading
I saw this book referenced when I was reading about Bullet Journaling, so I ordered it from Amazon hoping for a good read. As soon as I started reading it in December, 2016 I also started doing Miracle Morning. My first “scribe” entry is dated 12-20-16. I’ve always gotten up at least an hour before I need to get ready for work, so getting up early was not difficult for me. In the past I’ve spent that time just messing around on Facebook, maybe paying bills or filling orders. Miracle Morning added structure to my first hour of the day and I am enjoying it more than ever. Here’s my Miracle Morning routine.
My Miracle Morning
5:00 Lody gets up with our dogs and I get up, too. I turn off my alarm (it’s there as a back-up), brush my hair and put it in a ponytail.I then wash my face, complete with ART Gentle Cleanser, ART Renewal Serum, and Sandalwood Moisturizer. Finally, I make a cup of coffee and make sure my water bottle is full.
5:10 I settle into my office and start praying. I pray for my dear family and friends, pray for forgiveness, and thank God for His many blessing on my life. I also pray for my business.
5:20 I spend 5 minutes saying my affirmations. I add, modify, or eliminate affirmations as seems appropriate. I then spend 5 minutes visualizing my perfect day and reviewing my vision board.
5:30 I spend 10-15 minutes doing crunches and stretching. I have a flexibility goal, so most of the time that’s what I’m working on.
5:40 I read for 10 minutes. Currently I’m re-reading Gameplan by Sarah Harnisch.
5:50 I write for 10 minutes. I might write a response to what I’ve just read, or what I’m planning for the day or near future, or just whatever is on my heart at the time.
That’s it! My Miracle Morning is done! I haven’t missed any days, so it adds up to a lot of praying, reading, and writing. I’ve gained ground toward my flexibility goal. I go to bed at night eagerly anticipating my Miracle Morning time. Check out the book!