3 reasons to implement a routine

3 reasons to implement a routine
  • Consistency: Consistency is the best friend of anyone who wants to do something.
  • Health: You sleep better, eat healthier, and you move more.
  • Time for you: Routines provide you with the personal time you’re searching for
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What has it brought to my life?


  • Not being injured in any competition despite a high workload training to prepare for marathons.
  • Eat healthier
  • Go to bed early and appreciate it. That’s when I can read.


  • Reading more thanks to my habit of going to bed early.
  • Reflect every day by writing. It’s like having a personal coach next to me daily. 
  • Gain clarity and focus on my goals.
  • I learn something every day.
  • Launching this blog (creating content in the morning)
When to do your routine?

I believe strongly it is best to do so in the morning:

100% responsible: Before the day starts, you are in control. It’s a great feeling of achievement.

No matter what happens during the day, and we know that a lot could happen, you did it.

Every day you start with more self-esteem, more confidence. You’re ready to tackle the challenges you face.

What’s my actual personal routine?
  • Brush my teeth.
  • Drink water.
  • Drink a squeezed fresh lemon.
  • Take some time to pause ( breathing, gratitude thoughts, reviewing my main goals mentally as if watching a movie).
  • Prepare and drink my earl grey tea.
  • Journaling.
  • Learning focus. This year I’m finishing a one year focus on german.
  • 7 minutes work out using the 7MWC apps.
  • A quick shower, starting with warm water and ending it cold.

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