Day 7: Morning and Evening Routine - 12 Days of GratitudeDec 12, 2023
Welcome to Day 7 of the 12 Days of Gratitude. This year's theme is the Year of You.
How much different advice is out there... wake up early, make your bed, do your gratitudes before you go to sleep.
Tim Ferris says, “If you win the morning, you win the day.”
Hal Elrod says, “How you start your day is the most important decision to transform your life.”
And then don’t forget about the evening routines.
What if you aren’t a morning person and you’re trying to be a morning person or what if you’re what if you aren’t an evening person and you’re trying to be an evening person?
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