My Morning Routine
In addition to running Massage My Stress Away, I work a full-time job in the financial services industry. And then there are those strange people in my house – I hear they’re called a “family.”
There is also the fact that I commute from the suburbs of Denver, Colorado to Downtown Denver.
However, this gives me quite a bit of time to get things done, will soon be shown.
My day typically begins at around 5:15 in the morning. I before I start my day – even before I get dressed – I spend some time in prayer & meditation. This helps me to focus, center myself for the day, and finish waking up!
After getting dressed, I take the 10-minute walk to the bus stop to catch a bus to the area Park-And-Ride, where I hop on the commuter train and head to Downtown Denver. While in transit, I read scripture or listen to self-help/self-improvement audio. The entire trip from where I live down to the office takes about an hour, so I usually get some reading in.
After I arrive at Union Station in Downtown Denver, the next step depends on what day it is:
On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, I walk from Union Station to where I work (roughly one mile).
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I take the bus from Union Station to work and then walk up 19 flights of stairs to my floor.
Either way – by the time I arrive at work at around 7:20 – I’m ready to eat breakfast and prep my systems for the day.
It’s not a crazy routine, but one I’ve come to enjoy. It puts together all the elements that I need to conquer the day: prayer, meditation, reading, exercise, and breakfast. I have a chance to plan out my day at work and work on the next items for the Massage My Stress Away web site and social medial profiles!
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