How To Create The Perfect Routine For You

How To Create The Perfect Routine For You

Moxie Scrubs
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A routine is a sequence of events that can be predetermined or happen naturally. Observing your day with consciousness is the best way to stay focused, and it begins with an intentional morning and evening routine. 

Routines are made up of daily habits that help create positive or negative momentum in your life over time. Being mindful of the power of even small changes can help you achieve your goals much faster. 

The purpose of a routine is to put your body and mind on autopilot and do the work it takes to get to where you want to go. Your routine should give you the mindset and consistency needed to accomplish your objectives. 

What Makes The Perfect Routine?

Your perfect routine will depend on your own personal goals, so there is no tried-and-true formula for everyone. Sometimes, it helps to think backwards by determining your goals and what you want out of creating a routine first, before coming up with what your actual routine will look like.  

Once you know what your goals are, you can think about what parts of your routine can be used to achieve them. Do you want to be more organized, or do you want more money? Are you looking to become more creative, or start eating healthier and working out on a regular basis? 

After you have a clear understanding of why you want to create a routine, you can start exploring the possibilities of a routine and start to experiment with different activities to incorporate into your day. Here are a few ideas to help you get to where you want to go with your routine. 

Morning Routine tips and tricks: Morning Routines

Morning is the beginning of a brand new day. This means that every morning presents you with an opportunity for a fresh start. Adopting a positive mindset and morning routine that leaves you feeling calm and focused can often make or break your entire day.

No matter what your overall goals are, your routine will ultimately depend on you and should be flexible to fit with your ever changing life. Consistent habits will keep you on the right path toward your goals. 

People typically prefer a routine that keeps them feeling good and productive all day long, so keep this in mind when coming up with yours. What will encourage you to tackle your goals for the day? 

Small Things You Can Do For A More Productive Morning

  • Repeat one affirmation three times after brushing your teeth. 

  • Stretch or practice yoga for 15 minutes before heading downstairs.

  • Do walking lunges while your coffee brews.

  • Journal before getting out of bed.

  • Set a timer for five minutes and tidy up from the night before. 

Evening Routines

Evening is a great time to reflect on the day and set yourself up for a good tomorrow. Relaxing and unwinding should be the main focus when it comes to your evening routine, and getting a good night’s sleep is one of the best ways to be kind to your future self. 

Improving your sleep hygiene is one of the biggest advantages of creating an evening routine. Think about how waking up well-rested every morning would improve your week. There are so many things you can do to prepare yourself for the next day. It is up to you to discover which strategies work best for you and implement them into your daily life. 

Small Things You Can Do For A More Relaxing Evening Routine

  • Leave emotionally heavy topics for the next day. 

  • Read a physical book instead of scrolling the internet. 

  • Take a relaxing bath or shower to process the day. 

  • Stretch for 10 minutes before you jump into bed for the night. 

  • Journal about your day and what you are looking forward to tomorrow. 



Brittney Bertagna, RN BSN, is a registered nurse in Las Vegas, NV. She has over 3 years of critical care nursing experience, a bachelor’s degree in business, and a passion for working with brands who are dedicated to making healthcare more efficient for the end user.

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