Bailey started with a twice weekly yoga practice. She was dedicated to it, because she needed it to survive her busy life as a burnt out therapist working 70 hour a week.
She wanted to shift her business from working in person to working with people online. As she shifted her business, she reevaluated everything about her life, including her morning routine. She experimented with different activities, fine tuning what she did until she felt grounded and ready for her day.
But that wasn’t enough. When she found herself working on her computer late every night, she experimented again – this time with her evening routine. She played around with both routines, finding a way to create bookends for her best possible day.
Listen to Bailey’s story of how she went from using daily practices to survive to how she she uses them now to create her ideal life one day at a time and thrive.
In this interview, Bailey shares:
- her first practice every day (she’s nearly religious about it)
- what Nisha Moodley taught her about handling email
- how Google Analytics was the start of her evening practice
- how she sets her electronic boundaries now
- how she intends to keep her routines after the arrival of her new baby
- her best advice to plan your ideal day and ideal week schedules
- the critical next step once you have your ideal schedules
- examples of how to balance your morning and evening practices
- her best advice to start adding morning and evening practices to your life
Resources to Connect with Bailey:
Other Resources Shared in this Interview:
- Nisha Moodley
- Deepak Chopra and Oprah meditations and the mobile app
- Pamela Druckerman – Bringing Up Bebe
Do you have regular morning and/or evening routines? Did Bailey inspire you to try something different? I’d love to hear from you. Please share in the comments below.