The stress-free way to have a Routine
Stress-free way to create a routine. A way to worry less is to follow a routine if you know what to expect each day, you can’t stress about it. Now I know routines are not full proof. Things happen, That is ok. Learn to roll with it. If you can stick to a routine though it makes life so much more functional. You and your family know what to expect and it is so much easier to be productive and organized.
Day 2 Of Live More Worry Less 5 day Series!
You know everyone has 24 hours in a day. Time is the same for everyone. It is what you do with your time is what matters. Know what you want, think it over, find out what your priorities are. Pick three important tasks a day and get them done. You are only one person it is ok if you cannot finish everything on your to-do list in one week. Especially with a job, kids and a husband. Sorry Hun, cut yourself some slack.
Know your values
What do you value most out of life? Kids, Happiness, success? Write down all the values that speak to you. Pick your main 5 to focus on. When you see yourself in 5 years what does your life look like? If you can answer these questions you are halfway, there my friend.
What does your routine involve?
Down below are some examples of what your routine might include. What does your mornings look like? You might have a routine and not even know it.. until you write down how your day looks and what you can change or add to it. Routines help in a lot of ways because they become habits and it is always nice to have good habits. This also helps with organization, when you organize your day everything else falls into place.
Why It is important
When you have a routine, you know what to expect. Children need this too. It helps the day run smoothly and the kids know what each day will look like. For example, weekdays come home and do homework, chores, dinner, bath, bedtime.
Less stress for everyone, when the day is predictable it gives you purpose and meaning. We could all use a little less stress in our lives.
Continue healthy habits. When you have a routine of daily hygiene and healthy meals your kids become healthier each day.
Set Daily Goals
Goals are a good way to stay motivated and organized. When you make things a priority and stick to them it helps you feel accomplished. The daily goal could be an exercise for 30 minutes. Example of bigger goals could be saving up for a family vacation. Goals give us something to look forward to and work harder. Are you on track with your goals?
What is your routine? Are there habits that you would like to change or keep? What works for you and your family? I would love to hear from you and know what works for you and what doesn’t. Comment below.