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Hello Mornings: How to Build a Grace-Filled, Life-Giving Morning Routine Paperback – December 5, 2017
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About the Author
Kat Lee is passionate about teaching others how to jump-start each day with a grace-filled, life-giving morning routine. She is a writer, speaker, podcaster and founder of HelloMornings.org. She and her husband, Jimmy, live in Waco, Texas, with their three children. Stay connected with her at TheKatLee.com.
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Hello Mornings is just an extension of that, her way of helping others honor God, honor themselves and their families. I'm a morning person so getting up earlier has never been a problem for me. Motivation is the problem, finding a reason to want to get up even earlier to spend precious time with God and my faith. I decided to start getting up 30 minutes earlier and spend that time with the Bible and her book Hello Mornings, and my own walk with God. What a difference that has made in just a week. I go to bed excited about getting up the next morning and reading my Bible and the Bible Plans that help me to understand more about the bible than just reading scripture.
I have also taken this time to read this book to better understand Kat's mission of Hello Mornings and to fully integrate it in my own life. I'm excited for the next Bible study to start in February (so sad I missed the current one) and for the opportunity to bond with other women walking through the Bible study too.
This book is an excellent resource for not only establishing a routine but drawing closer to God in the process. I'd highly recommend it for anyone who feels they don't have the relationship with God that they would like to have and to understand just how easy it is to achieve that relationship.
“Stories are lived day by day. How we start matters. Our day- in and day- out choices are the pieces that build the mosaic of our lives. And while they don’t always seem important or beautiful up close, when we put them all together and step back, we can see the masterpiece unfolding.”
This book walks us through the principals of habits and routines, explains how willpower, personality, life stage, and other circumstances can be harnessed into a steady process of building a life that reflects our priorities. It reminds us to start at the beginning with a small action that can grow, teaches us to use “anchors” that keep our foundation strong, to build community and accountability into our lives, and provides tools to customize the process for each person. And yes, it really does start with 3 minutes each morning. Three Minutes! I agree with the author when she writes: “We believe there is great power in small deeds done with great faithfulness.”
- an easy to read style that provides a structure that anyone can use to build habits and routines.
-focus on GOD (prayer, bible study, relationship), PLAN (priorities and organization) and MOVE (healthy lifestyle) all using small but scalable goal setting.
-feels like it is written just for you!
Well, not really anything but I might have liked worksheets at the back of the book which could be removed for use.
I devoured this book. I'm talking, reading through a migraine devoured it. It is written like a good chat with your girlfriend, and never comes off as condescending or "holier than though"...which I hate to say I've found in some books of this genre. I think my favorite part is the fact that she starts with the simplest routine, one that anyone can accomplish and feel good about themselves for achieving. Her 3-minute version is to read/pray/memorize Psalm 143:8, look at your calendar for the day, and then drink a glass of water. That's it! Just that simple habit covers your spirit, your daily plan, and your health.
And honestly, although this is a very Christian book filled with tons of advice for people trying to build their relationship with God, the actual morning plan could be tweaked for anyone...although I'm not sure the actual book would be at the top of someone's list if they were not Christian. But the plan could be morphed to meditation or any form of calm spirit building practice, and then the rest of the plan kept the same. I feel the main takeaway is to start your day focusing on your Faith before life gets in the way.
The book has plenty of stories from other women, sharing how they've incorporated this plan into their lives...women in various stages and lifestyles, from working women, to stay-at-home mothers with little ones still. And my absolute favorite thing is the actionable steps and lists of how-to's that are peppered throughout, and the great resource section that really lays out everything that was covered more in-depth earlier in the book. I am a HUGE fan of practical tips that I can use TODAY to put into practice the tenets laid-out in a book.
I would definitely recommend this!
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So, this book did not make a great first impression on me. Here we go.
My main issue with this book is that I felt from the...Read more