Lets talk about routines and what they mean to you. Routine spreads in your bullet journal can help you track those habits good and bad! We all have routines at some level and having these help us get through the day quickly and effectively. Sometimes though we end up in a negative routine and this cycle can really hamper our ability to function. It could be bad habits or bad thought patterns. By having a positive routine in place we can really create space for even more positivity in our lives. If you want to know more about habit trackers and how best to track positive and negative habits, head to our post on trackers here.
Is having a routine good for your mental health?
According to research its been found in a new study has found evidence that maintaining a daily routine can benefit your mental health, including better cognitive functioning and a decreased likelihood of developing major depression and bipolar disorder, CNN reported. Regardless of how you choose to design and track your daily routine in your bullet journal, keeping track of how you’re treating your body and your self is never a bad idea when it comes to self-care.
Daily routines in your journal
Regardless of if it is a night routine or morning routine a routine can help keep you on track and create and instil better habits. These can be extremely helpful when trying to decompress after a long day, and look at a good night’s sleep. We have written many times about the Miracle morning.
Routines help create structure and help you focus on the things that are important to you when you might be feeling frazzled.
The foundation of any perfect or even half-decent day is adequate rest. As you can imagine, most of us start out behind. According to Psychology today
Researchers in sleep health, nutrition, cognition, fitness, and productivity are working to identify where our modern schedules have gone wrong and how to better set ourselves up for success. We now know that with a handful of hacks, both large and small, and some changes to preconceived notions—wake-up sex and bedtime baths?—we can reconstruct our 16 waking hours to maximize productivity, leisure, and connection, while restoring alignment with our core chronobiological instincts.
Here are our 17 favorite routine inspired spreads