Start the Day Mindfully
"Many of us start our day by checking email, text, or social media. This immediately puts us on someone else's schedule," said Ajita Robinson, PhD, LPC, of FIT Counseling Services. "For many, this creates anxiety about what all they need to 'do' in the hours ahead. I suggest that individuals start their day doing something for them: eating breakfast without distraction, prayer, journaling, exercise, something that fills their own cup."