Routines are an important part of our lives. They help us to get things done and to stay organized. Without routines, we would probably feel lost and uncertain about what to do next.
Routines can be helpful in many different areas of our lives. For example, at home, we might have a daily routine that helps us to get ready for the day or a bedtime routine that helps us to wind down at night.
At work, we might have routines that help us to stay focused and on task. And in our relationships, we might have routines that help us to connect with our loved ones.
Routines can be simple or complex, depending on our needs. They can be based on habits that we have developed over time, or they can be more deliberate and intentional. But either way, routines can be a valuable tool in our lives, helping us to stay on track and to get things done.
So if you find yourself feeling lost or overwhelmed, try creating a routine. It might just be the thing you need to help you get back on track.
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Experts discussing Routines
Ben GreenfieldRenowned biohacker, podcaster, nutritionist, physiologist, fitness trainer, former competitive athlete, and author of 13 New York Times bestselling books.
Shawn StevensonBestselling author of Sleep Smarter, top rated nutrition and fitness podcast in the U.S. and Health and wellness keynote speaker.
Aubrey MarcusAuthor, podcaster, and founder of Onnit and + Fit For Service.
Dr. Joe Dispenza, D.C., Ph.D.NYT bestselling author, lecturer, and researcher of epigenetics, quantum physics, and neuroscience.