The Morning Routine For Writing Success

Morning is the most important part of the day. It establishes how your day will go, how you will feel about it, and what you can achieve and what you can’t. There’s so much power in the mornings, but we can easily undermine its power and allow ourselves to just hit that snooze button.

But not anymore.

I’ve made some brilliant discoveries over the years as I’ve used this morning routine, and today, I want to share it with you!


You might have heard people claim that you are most productive and inspired right after you wake up.

I can confirm this idea from my own experience. When I began waking early in the morning and writing for a few hours with a cup of coffee in my hand, I was able to see a clear difference in both quality and quantity of my work.


After you’ve managed to get up from the comfort of your bed, there’s one thing I suggest you do before you start writing.

Take a comfortable seat on the floor and close your eyes. Calm your mind and focus on your breathing for a minimum of five minutes. This kind of short meditation will give you so many benefits that I can’t even write them all down here.

Meditation will improve your focus and calm your mind, which in this modern world is an important thing.


After you’ve managed to get up from the comfort of your bed, there’s one thing I suggest you do before you start writing.

Take a comfortable seat on the floor and close your eyes. Calm your mind and focus on your breathing for minium of five minutes. This kind of short meditation will give you so many benefits that I can’t even write them all down here.

Meditation will improve your focus and calm your mind, which in this modern world is an important thing.


After you’ve meditated and calmed your mind after you’ve made that sweet cup of coffee for yourself, what will you do next?

Well, naturally, you start writing!

I will go a bit deeper in the actual writing process in another article, but let’s focus on the morning routine right here.

One important thing is to remember why you woke up. You might feel tired during the first couple of times you do this, or you might even get distracted and start scrolling social media.

Trust me, the pain will pass and once you feel the power the morning gives to you, you will never want to go back.


Wake up early, write and keep yourself on track. Don’t let distractions take you away from your work, for it was the sole reason you woke up, wasn’t it?

It will take a few days, maybe even weeks, for you to get used to waking up that early, but you will get used to it and the gifts it gives will be more than enough to keep you going.


What comes to me, my routine looks something like this:

Wake up at 4:30 am

Open Spotify and play some music while making a cup of coffee

Brushing my teeth

Meditating for a moment and doing some stretching

And finally, at 5:00 am, sitting down, opening my current chapter and writing for two hours straight.

When I’m doing this routine, I’ve always done my best work. I feel inspired and filled with energy. I feel free of my doubts and fatigue that the day will bring to you later on.

Not to even mention the fact that if you can’t write after you work and school, you’ve still done progress in the morning. So basically, no matter what happens during the day, when you write in the morning, you’re guaranteed to make progress and move towards that book of yours!


I hope these thoughts will help you on your writing journey! Remember, patience is the key to success. Don’t be too harsh on yourself if you can’t stay awake during the first couple of mornings. Keep waking up, keep writing, and eventually, you will succeed!


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