5 Minutes of Gratitude/ Morning Routine

Are you starting your day off right? Do you feel already angry when the alarm clock rings?

The way you start your day is crucial. So it is important to start the day off right. 5 minutes can change the whole day. I like to start my day with what I call ‘5 minutes of gratitude’ . As soon as I wake up, I remember the things I am grateful for and I actually feel grateful. I am thankful for my significant other, my dog, job, health… It doesn’t matter what you are grateful for, so go ahead and be grateful for your new pair of shoes. The importance is to really feel grateful, smile and be happy. Even if it is raining outside and you are still tired, there are many things you can be grateful for. If immediately after waking up doesn’t suit your schedule, you can do it even in the car or bus.

You have got an additional day in your life. A day that you can turn into a great day, if you choose to. So be happy and grateful. This energy will transform your whole day. Even if you have to do things you may not like, you have the choice to still enjoy them. Happiness is a feeling that comes from the inside, you don’t need anything to feel happy. Happiness is a choice.

I highly recommend to use those 5 minutes in the morning to make your whole day a positive experience.



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    November 1, 2016 at 11:52 am

    Love and feel somewhat happy or say feel a bit more complete each time you post at WP… Your words come in perfect way to heal wounds

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    November 1, 2016 at 11:53 am

    Thank you beautiful Soul, Lori…. Thank you, grateful to you for sharing such knowledge and lesson

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      November 1, 2016 at 12:06 pm

      Thank you very much, I am happy that you like my posts.

      • pawan35
        November 1, 2016 at 12:40 pm

        I do…. They are deep and full of value and knowledge… Thank you

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    Johanna Rosberg
    November 2, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    I try to do this every day – and it really does make a huge difference on how the rest of one’s day plays out. Gratitude definitely is the most important key to true, longlasting happiness!

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