Jump-Start Your Day


A challenge.

Don’t look at your cell phone, emails or social media for the first 20 minutes of waking up. Reason being is this, you just woke up there is nothing that pressing that it can’t wait until you given your self-time to adjust to being awake.

Looking at these things the moment you get out of bed will have an impact on your prospective for the day.

Eating a healthy breakfast will give you motivation and energize you at the same time.

Don’t make any difficult decisions until after you have eaten your breakfast.

Many people when they wake up the first thing they reach for is their cell phones and they immediately check social media sites. If you are checking your cell phones, emails first thing in the morning you are addictive to social media.

Use that time in the morning to talk to your family, share breakfast with them. When a person makes difficult decisions the moment they get out of bed they end up making the wrong decisions.

Jump-starting your mornings, the wrong way sets the tone of your perspective the day. Jump-start your day with the right attitude so that your perspective will be clear and not cloudy.

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7 thoughts on “Jump-Start Your Day

  1. This is good advice. I remember back to the times when there were no cell phones, social media was unheard of. I am guilty of doing just that. Our Women’s Life Group set out a challenge last night, get up a little earlier and spend the first 15 minutes of your day with the Lord. Whether it be through prayer, studying his Word or being still in His presence. So even if you work third shift, for example, the first 15 minutes when you wake up, spend it with God. I agree cell phones, tablets, etc. have made us more reliable on the world, than on God.

    1. Thank you Carlene. I too remember before cell phones and we got along well. Didn’t miss nothing, matter if fact families that time spent more time together. We need to get back to what’s really important and put God and His principles first.

  2. Among the first things I do each morning is check my cell phone for a text from my brother saying “Good morning.” So I am spending my time talking to family. 🙂

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