If you remember, during the month of May we completed a
30 31 day Miracle Morning Challenge.
If you missed out… check out the original post here.
Now that I’ve made the Miracle Morning a successful part of my morning routine I have some goals for the future. But first let’s take a quick look at what my Miracle Morning looks like.
- Alarm clock at 6am
- Brush teeth
- Silence (Prayer – I wrote down my prayers using the Day One App)
- Reading (Read the Bible doing my daily devotion time)
- Scribing (Journaled about what I read or about the day before or how I was feeling. I used the Day One App for this too)
- Exercise (I struggled with getting to this, only successfully doing it 16 of the 31 days)
- Affirmations (I also struggled with this one. While I do have a list of affirmations I just had a hard time committing to reading/saying them. I only did this 13 of the 31 days.)
- Visualization (after day 6 and only doing this 4 times, I decided that this feature did not work for me and I removed it from my Miracle Morning.)
So what does this look like for me now?
After this challenge I wanted to challenge myself again. I sat down and looked over my chart and re-evaluated what I had done, and what I want to do. Two things jumped out to me: exercise and affirmations.
I decided to set my alarm to 5:45am. I think part of the reason I was skipping exercise was because I didn’t have time for it within my morning. I really want to make this a priority for June. I’ve started a 21 day fitness challene using a YouTube playlist from PopSugarFitness.
I rewrote my affirmations on and 8.5×11 sheet of paper and posted it to a bulletin board in my room. This is right by my couch where I do my silence, reading and scribing. I’m able to easily look up and read/say my affirmations without getting my BuJo out. I think this will really help me to make affirmations a part of my Miracle Morning.
And there you have it… stay addicted Bullet Journal-Aholics!