Morning Routines and Cognitive Dissonance

Hey Everyone! Mind and Body just got a podcast! If you are interested in learning about how your morning routine is effecting your mental and emotional health, make sure to give this episode a listen by either following this link or pressing the play button down below.

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Morning Routines and Cognitive Dissonance Mind and Body

Come learn a little more about why you feel so lousy when you don't get the things done you say you will each morning, and prepare to set up the first step in establishing a morning routine that is right for you.

A lot of people talk about the importance of developing a routine, but when you think about it, we usually do have some kind of routine we follow already–even if we tend to follow it unconsciously. Whether that is rolling out of bed at the crack of dawn every day or hitting the snooze button over and over again until you’ve only got 10 minutes left to slip on your pants, rush to get ready, and take some quick shots of caffeine with a side of stress and panic to go. Whatever works for you is what works for you! While these types of morning routines may not be the best for everyone, they are technically a morning routine of sorts, right?

So maybe the issue isn’t that we don’t have a morning routine, but that we don’t have a morning routine that really fits where we want to be down the road. Within this podcast, we’ll dive into this idea in order to establish a better idea of our current self-ideals and how our actions can better match those. This will help to relieve any cognitive dissonance going on currently in our minds and ultimately set the stage for the next step in the process–creating the right morning routine that matches our current perspective and compliments our future vision.

I hope you enjoy listening! Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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