My Spring Morning Routine And How To Make Yours In No Time.

Sejal
6 min readJul 9, 2021
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Routines are important. Really important, especially morning ones.

As seasons change so will routines. Your wake-up times and tasks will change. The last time I wrote about my winter morning routine, this one is about spring. Plus, there are step-by-step instructions to making your own.

This is my spring morning routine, and how to make yours in no time.

my spring morning routine

wake up

Obviously, waking up is the first thing I need to do. I usually have my spring morning routine play out on my google home, which consists of :

  • saying Good Morning
  • telling me the weather
  • my calendar events for the day
  • and then playing music

After I push myself out of bed, I get my phone and freshen up. I change into exercise clothing, so this way when I’m done with doing work, I don’t talk myself out of exercising.

I find this really helpful, since changing doesn’t that seem hard, and when it’s time for me to actually work out, I’m already wearing sporty clothing so I can’t back out last moment. I usually grab my phone and scroll through my notifications during this time as well.

do some work

Something that’s different from my winter morning routine, is that I try to do some work before I work out. I wake up earlier in spring because the sun shines earlier as well.

So instead of trudging out of my bed at 8 am, I’m awake at around 6:45–7 am. Of course, because of the pandemic, my routine is different, or else I would be awake at 6:30 and be getting ready for school.

But this routine is more relatable, it still took me a while to adjust to. It’s been more than a year since I’ve been on campus so I’m dreading going back to my old routine when we return to campus.

In these 30 minutes or so I write my to-do list for the day, and then open the tabs I need for the day. This may seem unnecessary, but it really helps to have everything you need to do out.

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Sejal

Writer | Student | Gen Z | 🏳️‍🌈 | Avid Book Reader | INFJ | (she/her)