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Share on: Cut out screen time.. Yes, TV or an iPad will occupy the kids during breakfast. But they’ll eat their cereal slower as Prepare for afterschool activities.. The night before, go over what (if anything) is planned after school. If your Keep breakfast simple.. You don’t have to whip. When that night comes, you will want something new and fresh, not what has been in your drawer for over a year.

Minimize your hair products. Do you really need 3 brushes? Clearing this area makes finding what you need in the mornings much faster. These are just a few of the things you can utilize to make your morning go smoother. Making a few changes to simplify your morning routine is really all it takes.

Small steps in the right direction add up to a huge amount of time saved (and big happiness boosts too)! 2. Lock in breakfast & lunch ahead of time. Reduce your daily decision making and simplify your grocery shopping by creating a seven or 14-day breakfast schedule. For instance, serve scrambled eggs and toast on Monday or muffins and yogurt. If you blow out your hair at night, pull it up with a good old 80’s scrunchie on top of your head.

It will help to add volume, keep style tame and the scrunchie is less likely to crease your hair, like a traditional hair band. Go to bed at a reasonable hour. Set your alarm and place it away from your bed so you have to get up to turn it off.

Make more time in your morning! 1. Do Double Duty. Look for products that can be used in two ways.

Try Artistry Ideal Radiance CC Cream — brighten, 2. Skip Sharpeners. Don’t waste time sharpening eye, brow, and lip pencils. Switch to an automatic pencil like Artistry 3. Ditch False Lashes.

10 Ways to Simplify Your Mornings Cut out screen time.. Yes, TV or an iPad will occupy the kids during breakfast—but they’ll eat their cereal slower as Keep breakfast simple.. You don’t have to whip up an omelet from scratch—though scrambled eggs, whole-wheat toast and Wake up before the. Shaving even a few minutes off your beauty and hygiene routine can be a big help on busy mornings. Instead of washing and blow-drying your hair every single morning, use dry shampoo to make your hairstyle last an extra day. Another time-saving beauty tip is to invest in multi-tasking products. You need to rest long enough in order to be productive and active during your day and this means going to sleep at a reasonable time, depending on what time you have to wake up the next day.

The optimal sleeping time is usually 7-8 hours at least. Plan ahead and wake up early enough depending on what you need to do. Prep Breakfast The Night (Or Several Days) Before.

Preparing breakfast the night (or even several days before) I’m going to eat it is the biggest time saver for me and pretty much the only way I can ensure I’ll eat something healthy first thing in the morning.

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Here are my top ten tips for conquering the nap:

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I’ve found that getting up when the alarm goes off (versus hitting the snooze button too many times!) puts me in control of my day.

“Loving God with All Your Mind” by Elizabeth George
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Step 4: Upon waking each morning, we can train ourselves to think of five things we’re grateful for before getting out of bed to set the right tone for the day.

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I always set three alarm clocks, and I lay out my clothes the night before, and I even put toothpaste on my toothbrush before I go to bed so that I can brush my teeth quickly in the morning!

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Notice the first three things you do each morning.

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More early mornings are a must, too.

“The Singing Life of Birds: The Art and Science of Listening to Birdsong” by Donald Kroodsma
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“True, you will be rising an hour earlier, eating breakfast an hour earlier, getting to work an hour earlier and going to bed an hour earlier.

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Dry mornings should result in positive recognition (praise, a calendar, incentives).

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The key to my mornings is order.

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Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010

Setting an intention in the morning is also a good way to set the tone for your day.

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  • Hello mam… I have a request..
    I do not know if I would be asking you something out of the box, I personally feel very motivated seeing your videos specially the ‘dream big’ video.. can you please speak about rehki and make a video on it…

  • I want to start decluttering my space right now, but because of coronavirus, the thrift stores and donation sites are closed. Do you have any tips on how to declutter when you can’t recycle them? Or how to recycle clothes, shoes, books ect. in other ways? I love your content by the way, it is so motivational!

  • Great tips for especially like myself with 7 th grader, 10th grader grandchildren and their mom living here. To husband and adult son with stay at home. My daughter works from home. My husband goes in. But everyone finds the skill to know I’m the go to. When’s dinner to where are you! Quiet time, hydrate and focus!

  • Hello Ashlynne!, I’m Mariana, I have to confess that is the first time that I see youtube videos in English. I’m study the language in a platform name Voxy and I enjoy the classes and make me the confidence to see this videos for the first time. I love your channel. I sometimes use the subtitles for understaing some words or expressions that I don’t know. I’m a suscriber now!, thank you for your wonderful ideas.

  • I am a slight minimalistic person…… I go thru my entire house at least every 3 or 4 months and throw away multiple trash bags full of stuff or donate and dont like to take in or buy things that I dont truly believe would be loved……. And in my personal opinion, I do not want to upset anyone because I’m not meaning this in a rude way at all like I said I am a very minimalistic person but in my opinion I think that a lot of minimalism is really more of OCD issues then it is mindfulness and that doesn’t go for everybody but I think it does for a lot of people including myself for me even though I want to be a mindful person I think it has more to do with the fact that I don’t like clutter and I don’t like things that are just sitting around the house that are not going to be used���� does anyone else feel this way?

  • My biggest issue is decluttering. I love art and antiques, and I am an artist. This has been a big challenge for me for which I have been working one for 5 years. Truckloads, literally, truckloads of wagons, harnesses, furniture, antiques, etc have left the farm and home. But the trick is, is don’t replace it. Still failing on this so your videos are now a much watch for me! I think the biggest problem I have is how much time it takes to move things on. CL, eBay, Etsy, etc. take soooo much time. I wish I could have a garage sale and just move things on, but nowadays that is too risky. It would be easier for me to let it go fast than to take so long!

  • 50 things, 100 things, 200 things..
    I guess we should try minimalism while sharing content..
    Coz this big number creates a lot of compasrion and content is good��

  • My last child will be out of the house next month. It’s about time to declutter and simplify my life from 22 years of having kids at home and STUFF everywhere.

  • Hey everyone! Hope you enjoy this one! Today’s video is a collaboration with Meghan Livingstone, so be sure to check out her video after you finish watching this one! �� Here’s the link:

  • I just paused your video for 5 minutes to delete some pictures on my phone. That felt so good! �� Thank you very much for this one �� now I can work on that every day and don‘t feel overwhelmed and quit ��

  • Everything sounded great except the airplane mode when sleeping. The few times my phone accidentally was turned to silent, an emergency happened and people were desperately trying to get a hold of me. So that can end up being a real regret that you will have to live with.

  • Excellent advice. I’ve been on this journey for over a year, but hearing your tips in such a concise manner helps me reevaluate where I am now in the journey. Thank you!

  • I seriously donno…. howcome it will be possible for you to come home at one o clock… n after that cooking… means at wht time yo will be having lunch

  • I need to to listen to your handbag tip I always take far too much like I’m on a 10 mile hike with no shops or signs of civilisation!

  • I once tried the turn the notifications off thing and it surprinsingly didn’t work for me. When they were off, I actually found myself even more oj the phone to check if I got messages. When I had the notifications on I just had to check on the display and decide wether I wanna answer now or later. And with them being off I often found myself opening the messnlenger app itself to see if I have a new message. So for me that didn’t work, but at least I tried it!

  • I truly appreciate your help and support and I also strongly agree with you that sometimes we should slow down and start thinking about what is enough for us. Thanks brother.
    Well my name is Biswajit Roy and I am from Kolkata India.
    I’m looking forward to move somewhere else where I will live simple lifestyle. So can you suggest me about this.
    And one more thing is that I am also planning to move to ����. Will this be good choice or not?
    Goodbye and stay safe brother.

  • Wow, Ronald, you are right on 100%. You’re probably one of the few who talks about building wardrobe capsule. It ‘s the holistic approach: mind, body, and environment. I am using all these factors except two. May I suggest two more items, practicing gratitude and doing work that you love and good at onto the list?

  • This is my first video that I’ve watched for you and honestly i really love your content and the way you review it. Best of luck. Hugs from Dubai:)

  • Hi Asslynne, I very much enjoyed watching both your’s and Meghan’s videos. I have subscribed and look forward to seeing more of your topics:)

  • WOOOOOW I TOTALLY LOVE YOUR PERSONALITY AND CONTENT ���� seriously you’re so sweet and positive, and the videos really have great content. Congratulations, definitely a new fan ✌��

  • Loved this! Especially the outfit combination. I have way too many clothes I’m trying to declutter because I end up wearing the same few things anyway. New subscriber:)

  • Omg literally every time she say a new tip I go to like and then I remember that I already liked before �� very helpful hope many youtubers are like you

  • To improve focus and productivity, I follow the 3 tasks rule. I list down all the things I need done for a week and prioritize 3 most important and urgent each day. As a result, I get things done and gain a little more time for my sanity.

  • I keep my phone on mute for everything except phone calls. If someone calls me it is probably important. And very few spam calls get through my filter. Everything that isn’t a phone call must not be that important. Even at work, when someone texts me… If it is truly important they will call and if I don’t respond to texts right away I MUST be working too hard to notice… Or so they can assume.

  • Now that in working from home I’ve recently decided to focus on going for a walk in the morning and going outside during breaks and over lunch to soak up some sun. I also like to do chores during the week so j di’nt have to do them on my days off. That is easier working from home too, I think.

  • Love the writing your agenda down the previous night. And I one thing I do it’s not pressing the snooze button, just get up! But I need to sleep earlier lol love the video x

  • Helpful video, thank you Ashlynne. My favorit tips / reminders from you are about setting time limits for apps, rembering to breath, practicing kindness to yourself and others and daily walks. Also you are very pretty both when you smile and not and I love your plants, they look as you take good care of them. Only about that app. You should consider risks when you give a third party permissions to access all your emails. Emails subscriptions can be managed also within your email settings.

  • As a Bmx guy new to MTB, I gotta say mtb life is hard. I went all the way to ride Idyllwild, noticed my fork was dry and sticky. No ride for me unless I wanted to ruin my fork. Seal cleaner and lube is on its way.

  • Thank you ashlynne for another great video they really inspire me. And i was watching the other day and my boyfriend overheard. next thing i knew he decluttered 35 items of clothing. i was so shocked. so thanks for inspiring everyone x��

  • 1.Take breaks
    2.Lay out your clothes the night before
    3.Set screen time limits
    4.Carry less with you
    5.Hide cords wherever possible
    6.Create an outfit formula
    7.Spend 5 minutes culling unwanted pictures
    8.Carry a water bottle wherever you go
    9.Single focus
    10.Remember to breathe
    11.Insubscribe from unwated email list
    12.Batch your work
    13.Go for a walk
    14.Close your tabs
    15.Keep healthy snacks on hand
    16.Speak Kindly
    17.Turn off notification
    18.Write a to do list before going to bed
    19.Buy less
    20.Set boundaries
    21.Eat more slowly
    22.Pick easy to care for plants
    23.Put your phone on airplane mode
    24.Çlean your desk
    25.Declutter duplicates

  • The Gemeni app is a literal game changer when it comes to deleting unnecessary pictures on your phone!!! It groups your photos into blurry photos, multiples of the same photos, photos of pieces of papers, and other superrrr helpful categories to sort through and delete unnecessary photos on our phone!!!

  • We are always looking to get more done. We need to be more present and not always look for productivity. Even enjoyment has become a achievement. We need to just “be”.

  • Yes,nowadays we need help from others,because we r not living in joint family,where all lady segregate their work,it wont be difficult

  • Focusing on one thing at a time is a little more difficult when you’re a parent, I will say that. There’s so much going on in our brains! For example if I took a walk with my kids, it’s great to try and focus on the trees and the nature around me, but part of my brain also needs to be focusing on the safety of my children. If I am working at home, and my kids are home, my focus is always divided. It’s hard; not impossible, but hard.

  • Planning to implement each of the 15 each month. Starting with setting daily and monthly goals. Thanks for this, brother! A new subscriber here!

  • Need a push? A&E has just uploaded HOARDERS episodes. Check out a few of these & you’ll be finding new homes for lots of stuff AND watch Mr. Banks.

  • Hi! I found you via suggested videos, and then went and saw Meghans video and loved her too! Win in one day to find 2 such lovely personalities:)

  • I use the “Do Not Disturb” function on my phone. It allows calls/texts ONLY from the essential ppl that I need to be able to talk with (in case of emergency) while I’m working/resting.

  • Thank you so much for your video you have so many great points keep putting out amazing content Thank you so much for your video you have so many great points keep putting out amazing content:)

  • Hi Ronald.
    I am happy to see that you are well and thriving.
    I was with you near the beginning and I am so proud of you.
    Take care as always you inspire me.
    Be blessed.

  • Something that I do is to never leave the room empty-handed. I forgot which YouTuber mentioned this, but since then, I have always scanned the room I’m in before leaving and taken with me anything that doesn’t belong and placed it in its proper location. If it’s a cup in a bedroom and I’m planning to get a snack, then I’ll drop off the cup since I’m going to the kitchen anyway. It’s a mindful habit that becomes second-nature with time and I love it!

  • “Enough” to me is being able to sustain a lifestyle in which I can be healthy, mentally, physically and spiritually, and always make time for myself to do things in a calm pace, mindfully, to work intelligently and creatively, to learn continuously and to have fun as much as possible! ���� Thank you so much for this video, it made me reflect about some areas of my life that I want to improve! ��

  • Ronald you are such an inspirational speaker. I’ve been watching your videos since last two days. I really love it and enjoy your content. I want to encourage you to make more videos like this. This video really helped me to relax down and think what’s going on surrounding me and inside of me. (As you said)

  • Only jad 3000 photos that I put in the cloud just in time as a few days later my ipad died�� but I still have all my photos!����

  • I dont walk and text at the same time. If I need to text, I stop walking, or even sit down if I can. Also I don’t talk on the phone while driving or on a walk.

  • Oh no, please don’t advertise! A LOT of security issues were discovered and they’re a big no-no now!

  • Thank you for mentioning toxic friendships. Especially relatives, I think we believe that because we are blood related or came from the same uterus, or married to someone that we must stick together. However when you are constantly criticized or spoken down to or emotionally abused we have to realize love is not unconditional. If you have anyone in your life who makes your day to day more difficult than it has to be I hope everyone is strong enough to step away from that person.

  • Today I went through all my cards. I put envelopes with cards. I put them in categories so I would know exactly what I have. I cleaned out half of the cabinet and was able to put my dishes that I don’t use every day but I did not want to get rid of them yet. I love your videos. Thank you.

  • the thing I started doing, to simplify, is keeping a 60 seconds rule. if I see something, that needs to be done, and I can do it within 60 seconds I do it.

  • I have 2 questions:
    1) What is your view on having mortgage ( rather than rent expenses) still existing as part of a person’s debt? I mean, I know that rent is not good because it’s just like throwing money away to nothing each month so it seems worse than mortgage debt, but I still feel bad to owe “somebody something” in the meantime of getting the house paid off.
    2) When you said that personally, you didn’t want to owe anybody anything, did you base your view on that biblically, since that is a truth in the Bible? I believe that truth too:)
    Thanks in advance if you have a min to answer these questions!

  • i’ve been researching about how to start minimalism and have a more productive set of mind, and im so glad i have found this channel! i plan on watching lots of your videos:)

  • Since watching Matt D’Avella documentary back in 2016, I’ve mainly stuck to watching him, Nathaniel drew, two people who have a more appreciative outlook, Matt with minimalism and Nathaniel with essentialism and micro tourism. In 4 years, all I’ve done is reduce my wardrobe. People have noticed I’m always in the same thing, my mum (British spelling) and sister always try to get me to go shopping, the only things I tend to want are a replica of what I already have, it seems to frustrate them. So I’ve accepted that it’s something I can only really do when I’m living on my own. I do have my own place but due to lockdown I moved back with my parents to reduce spending, it was their idea. I’ve also noticed this meant I can’t do a morning routine

  • Always great advice. You can always learn something new!! Please make a video on healthy meal prep and foods you use for the week. That would be great ��. Much love to you ❣️

  • Great video! I’ve been taking better care of my skin, buying healthier products and It’s something small that I look forward to ����

  • Yes..we’ve been fed the belief that a complicated routine gives the illusory effect of success and accomplishment, whereas i find the opposite to be true. As for workouts, I follow a simple calisthenics routine in my home gym..yes, less is more.

  • Such a well said video ��. I’m new at trying to slow down my fast paced, highly stressful life. I’ve been viewing a lot of videos on YouTube and I must say the your is the most honest and has truly struck a chord with me. Very straight forward and said from the heart…….very nice. Thank you.

  • I have subscribed because I love your voice, So soothing. Also love your ideas. I’m trying to Declutter 40 years of stuff! My husband may have to go, not really! But he won’t part with his child hood books….40 years they have taken pride of place on our bookcase…never been looked at. It’s driving me insane!. Not going to kill me I know…but!!

  • Hi mam
    I too purchase d oziva protein
    But I noticed pimples on my face after starting this protein powder
    Does it cause break out? please reply

  • Ashlynne Eaton is the best channel for mindset videos and teaching us how to be the best version of ourselves possible ���� I actually created my own channel, ‘Taylor Victoria’, to show even MORE videos like this �� Come and check it out and I will always follow back ��

  • These are all excellent tips that I have organically come to on my own over the past 2 years. I’d add starting TM (transcendental meditation)

  • Number 9 is especially important. But all of these are great tips, thanks for making this and sharing your stories with us. Cheers!

  • Are you using any of these tactics to simplify your life? If not, what tactics are you using? or what’s causing you to hesitate? Let’s talk about it!

  • Thank you so much for sharing! Been looking for a minimalist channel I can relate with cause I’m currently into minimalism, glad I found your channel ��

  • I really enjoyed that bro. Motivational without being overwhelming. You live your credo. “Stay true to you” I can tell you’re a very genuine and caring person. You got a new subscriber

  • A good debt is for investors. Example you have a side business going on and you are consistently getting $200 per week and you come across a service that charges say $150 and you do the maths and know you will triple your returns (200×3=600) than instead of using your money you use the banks money (take out a $150 loan) so now after you pay the service (600-150) you get $450. Now if your smart enough to set it up right you can get your consitant rate of $200 plus that $450 so now you get more ($650!). Its simple but still requires work and you got to be aware of the risks. But yeah that’s good debt… not wasting loan on liabilities and using it wisely on potential asses or investments

  • Great information! This probably means nothing to anyone, but maybe typing this out will help. Monthly goals: modules to 90% completion, write up drafts for two lit reviews.

  • I took a quick second to pause this vid and do the following:
    Photo Purge
    Add Screen/ App Limits
    Limit Notifications
    Utilize Unroll me

    Just those few things and I feel a sense of relief just knowing I won’t be so distracted by my phone. Don’t know why I never did this sooner

  • I think the toughest on the list is disassociating from core friends who are maximalists. I think all my friends are but the only way it affects me is at birthdays. I get them “stuff” bc that’s what they want/expect, but I tell them “do NOT get me anything” and usually that is respected. Working on eliminating debt sometimes life throws you curveballs (ie death of a partner) and to get through you accrue debt. I guess the moral is one day at a time!

  • I just discovered your channel today and wow. I love listening to your advice while working!:D I watched 4 videos of you now while editing!

  • I’ve been a bit overwhelmed by life circumstances lately so this info is a great reminder to pull me back up to take care of me. Thank you Melissa for sharing this.

  • I am following some instagram profiles and watching a looot of capsule wardrobes on Pinterest to accomplish mine. But I would like to see an update of yours

  • Thank you Ronald! I’m a new subscriber. Love these tips. I have stopped shopping for clothes and started to disconnect from most social media.

  • The zip tie trick is rad!! I also keep 2-3 zip ties inside the cranks in case something ever breaks on the trail. Thanks for the great content

  • Another bonus to hanging the bike like that is that it sends the oil to the top of the fork which allows for more thorough lubrication! Love your videos man. Keep em coming:)

    Edit: I forgot to mention how much I like the zip tie dipstick idea. Gonna try that next time��

  • Hey I went to snow summit a couple of weeks ago and hit 650b and got bucked pretty hard any suggestions to try next time I go to not get bucked as much

  • I stumbled upon your channel and instantly subscribe. Currently binge watching your channel. Definitely positive vibes and need to hear during these times.

  • Hi mam I really like ur routine.. but how do u maintain or do routine if guests ar arrive ur house… Means how do u manage.plz give some tips if the members of family more then 4.

  • I started seeing your videos when you were staying in nahar and used to post the links in group. I used to enjoy it thoroughly and used many of your tips to arrange my house as I had recently shifted that time. Then you exited as you shifted to Bangalore. Made my mom also to watch your videos and she also enjoyed it thoroughly

  • Great video. One small suggestion though, please never drink water while standing. It gives rise to arthritis, while drinking it slowly while sitting cures and also prevents the same.��

  • I literally cannot thank you enough for mentioning

    I have had annoying emails that I couldn’t unsubscribe from for ages!!

  • At the beginning of each month I organize my daughters closet into outfits for the month. I can grab and go for 30 days at a time. It definitely speeds up the process of getting her ready for school.

  • Thank you for showing how mornings are so important for self. We know these things but we always procrastinate for some reason or the other. Eliminating overusage of mobile social media is such a necessity.

  • I don’t know how can I go for a walk anymore. Before I am really a extrovert but when I realize that I enjoy the silence in my own room, and I’m more comfortable alone, I don’t go outside anymore. I don’t know, it feels like I have a social anxiety now. I remember when my mom and I go outside, I’m not comfortable and I notice that my hands are shaking, and I’m just looking down, scared to meet people eyes.. I don’t know what happened to me, I really thought before that maybe I’m just really introvert, but when I go outside I remember the signs of “social anxiety” that I’ve read online, and it’s really defined me.

  • Hello mam…ur videos r amezing….jus wan suggest that pls dnt keep washing machin on ie working wen ur not at incident has happnd that machine doesnt stoptd due to some technical problm and whol house burnt…so pls take care…use all ur electric things only wn ur present at home…love u:)