Love Your Routines

I often tell clients looking for work that one of the best things they can do is take some quiet time in the morning before anyone else is awake. This practice gives them a little “me time” to sip tea or coffee, journal, read, and just open the window and breathe in some fresh air before the hustle of the day begins.

As difficult as it may be to set up such routines, they eventually become comforting habits, whether it’s giving yourself some personal time in the morning, going for an evening jog, or turning off those electronics and reading for an hour before bedtime. Often, the things that we initially dreaded end up becoming the very parts of our day that we most look forward to.

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