Starting your day off on the right foot can make all the difference in your productivity, mood, and overall well-being.

As a notary, I’ve found that having a successful morning routine is essential to setting myself up for success throughout the day.

Generally, I get up around 6-6:30 am but this varies if I have early signing appointments, then I adjust to accommodate.

A few years ago I read “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod and decided to implement a version of it into my routine. I highly recommend the book!


A basic summary of what Hal teaches is to spend a little bit of time in each of the SAVERS.

These are personal development practices designed to set you up for a productive day with a positive mindset.

Each person can customize this routine to best suit their lifestyle, personality, and needs, but without a doubt, it works!

I won’t give you all the details because that’s Hal’s job, so check out the website and/or get the book.

(I don’t get anything for referring you, I just want to share because it has been beneficial for me!)

Miracle Morning SAVERS

By following this morning routine, I’ve found that I’m able to approach my work with a clear mind and a positive attitude. I’m more focused and productive, and I’m better able to handle any challenges that come my way.

But the benefits of a successful morning routine go beyond just work productivity. Taking care of myself in the morning helps to set the tone for the rest of the day, and it helps me to feel more balanced and centered overall.

If you’re looking to establish a successful morning routine, The Miracle Morning is a great option. However, if you are not quite ready for that commitment my advice is to start small. Pick one or two things that you can do each morning to set yourself up for success, whether that’s stretching, meditating, or planning out your day. Then, gradually build up to a routine that works for you.

Remember, a successful morning routine is all about taking care of yourself and setting yourself up for success. With a little bit of planning and consistency, you’ll be amazed at the difference it can make in your life.

Linda, Precision Notary