Back in November right after my 29th birthday I picked up this book...
I had heard it mentioned in a few Instagram accounts I follow but really didn't actually know that much about it. So, in November I stuck it in my Amazon cart and didn't really look back. Boy and I glad I did!
The idea of the book lies in the SAVERS (Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading, and Scribing) that you do each morning. Ideally the routine takes about an hour to complete, but it's fully customizable to each person's life and schedule. These are all routines that I have heard about over and over again, but the beauty of the Miracle Morning is how Hal puts them all together into an actionable morning routine.
So, for a while there, I was getting up at 4am to start of my day with the Miracle Morning and let me tell you, I felt amazing! I was waking up with a purpose other than "get to the office", I was doing something every day that was helping me get to be the person I want to be, and I felt accomplished before 5am! Unfortunately in January I fell off the wagon and haven't really been committed to it as much as I'd like to. (Told you I would keep it real)
But, the great thing is that I have noticed my body in the last couple of days really begging me to get back in the swing of things. I've been waking up without an alarm at 5 am all week, and feeling ready to go. Let me tell you, after having the flu and sleeping for 5 days straight, it's a real step in the right direction.
Here is my commitment to get back into my routine. Starting tomorrow I promise that I will be recommitted to My Miracle Morning. I will get up at 4am, and get my "Me Time" in.
This is also a challenge to you. I truly believe that everyone can benefit from this book. So, if you'd like, drop a comment below and I will forward you a PDF of the quick guide to the Miracle Morning, and your own 30 day challenge. What do you say? Are you ready to step outside of that bubble that is your comfort zone?