What’s the Rush? The Power of a Slow Morning

People are intentionally getting up early to get a slow start to the day. “Some people meditate, plunge into cold water, slowly jump on trampolines or have no plan at all except for avoiding a rush.” [Ellen Byron] www.ws

I’m kind of doing something like that this year. I deal at work with people across the US and in the UK. I’m literally the only person on my team in the Pacific Time Zone. That means if I get to my desk at a reasonable hour, I’m already hours and hours behind. I’m working on getting an earlier start so I don’t feel like I’m already behind as soon as I walk in.

And on my days off, well, it feels like if I get up late then I have no day at all, and I’m spending all night sitting on the couch watching TV and online.

One Reply to “What’s the Rush? The Power of a Slow Morning”

  1. I find with being retired, I definitely have embraced the slow morning. I used to get to work for 7 am, I currently go to a work site once a month for 8am. Now I angst about being on time to an 8:30 spin class. Left to myself I’m ready to do stuff around 9ish.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.