Eh. I'm annoyed with myself cuz I've been up 2 hours and am now just getting to writing my daily email.
My fault. I forgot to logout of Gmail last night. So what do I see when I turn on my laptop? My emails. And there goes my morning...
I have a morning routine that I stick with 7 days a week.
Since early morning is the time with the least amount of distractions, I'm focused and bursting with energy.
So I do the most important thing first before life gets in the way.
For me, that's writing my daily email. If I can get that done, I feel like everything else I accomplish during the day is gravy.
Most of us live our lives playing defense. Checking our phones, email, social media. Going to mind-numbing meetings. Basically, reacting to other people.
Very few realize the importance of dedicating the rise of each day to ourselves.
For you as you try to conceive, this time can be used to incrementally improve your fertility. You want to build your life around your routine.
With fertility boosting activities such as:
- Prepping your meals and snacks for the day for both you and your partner.
- Exercising hard enough to break out into a sweat for at least 20 minutes. Walk briskly, Youtube an exercise program to follow along with, run, swim if you have a pool.
- Writing down 3 things you're grateful for.
- Taking your supplements.
Whatever you think will move you forward on your fertility journey.
Remember physical + emotional + spiritual + mental health leads to fertility.
If you get distracted, don't beat yourself up. Give yourself permission to slack off a little. Just go back to it the next day.
Let it go.
Rear view it, girl.
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