I spend the first 10 minutes thinking about what I am grateful for. This mindset has been a game changer for how I start my day, especially now. Even in these challenging times, I have found much to be grateful for.
Next, is inspirational reading. I have three categories I read daily, spiritual, business, and pleasure. By feeding my mind on inspiring thoughts, this sets my mood and mind to be receptive to positivity.
The last 10 minutes, I spend on journaling. This allows my mind to process my emotional, intellectual, and spiritual discoveries of the day. I write about the wins from the day before, new ideas, progress on my goals, special things about people in my life, and anything I could have done differently or better. I type these thoughts on my keyboard connected to my iPad. While I love to write with pen and paper, my writing is not legible and I have found meaning in checking in on my progress by going back and reading my thoughts and feelings. Journaling has helped find balance, in writing things become clearer.