Start Your Day Off Right With The SAVERS Morning Routine

Start Your Day Off Right with the SAVERS Morning Routine

The way you start your morning can make or break the rest of your day. The SAVERS acronym reminds us of six habits or rituals that can improve our morning routines.

The routine comes from Hal Elrod, author of "The Miracle Morning," and in an interview with James Altucher. The six parts of the routine -- silence, affirmations, visualisation, exercise, reading and scribing -- can improve our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual help. They don't have to take a lot of time, but can get you into the right frame of mind for a great day.

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Comments

    They forgot breakfast!

    I like to start my day off with the WGSSBDSGEW routine instead.

    1. Wake up, see that it's still an hour till my alarm to wake up for work goes off
    2. Go back to sleep, wake up to alarm
    3. Snooze alarm
    4. Snooze again
    5. Begrudingly get out of bed for a super quick shower
    6. Drive or bicycle to train station
    7. Sit on train for 30 minutes and wonder why I do this every day
    8. Get off train and start walk to work
    9. Eat a Mcmuffin on the way to work
    10. Work for the rest of the morning

    This sounds like ridiculously new-age silliness.

    More precisely: it sounds like mostly solid healthy habits re-imagined as new-age silliness.

      Or maybe it's mostly solid healthy habits packaged in a simple and easy to implement way, so that people will actually do them. Lots of people know what to do, getting people to implement positive habits is a on a whole other level. It works for me.

    This is western society it should be:
    1. Wake up
    2. Medicate
    3. Caffeinate
    4. Go to work

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