No longer having to rush out the door means I can be more deliberate about my morning routine. Instead of packing my lunch and shoveling food into my face before running for the train. I now take about 30 minutes every morning to read a book, work on my bullet journal entries, eat breakfast and drink coffee before I read the news scroll social media and start my workday. It kicks every morning off on a more creative, reflective note. -lizz Schumer
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