Mourning Routine


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A morning routine is a set of things you do every day when you wake up and before you start your day.

Many people find that having a morning routine helps them get their day off on the right foot and sets a positive tone for the rest of the day.

People’s morning routines can be very different, but some things might be the same, like working out, taking a shower, getting dressed, eating breakfast and checking emails. Some people also find it helpful to spend a few minutes at the start of their day to set goals of things they want to accomplished or practice mindfulness.

Overall, it is widely believed that having a set routine in the morning can help you be more productive and feel less stressed.



Try and use the following vocabulary when answering the question. Click to look up the definition in the dictionary
  • wake up (phrasal verb)
  • routine (noun)
  • activity (noun)
  • exercise (verb)
  • mindfulness (noun)
  • productivity (noun)
  • time management (noun)
  • well-established (adjective)

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What is your morning routine like?

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Keep the conversation going with these follow questions related to Mourning Routine
  • Do you have a set routine that you follow every day or do you mix things up?
  • What are some activities that you would like to be part of your morning routine?
  • Do you find that your morning routine helps you to start your day off well?
  • What are some challenges you face when trying to stick to a morning routine?
  • Do you have any tips or tricks for creating a successful morning routine?
  • How do you decide what to do first in the morning?
  • Do you prefer to wake up early or sleep in? Why?
  • Do you think it's important to have a morning routine? Why or why not?
  • Have you ever tried changing your morning routine? How did it go?

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