July 17, 2019 2 min read


1. Q: How many years young are you and what is your living situation?
1. 44 years. I am living alone without feeling lonely.

2. Q: What's the biggest challenge you faced in changing your morning routine? How have you dealt with it/got over it/are still dealing with it?
2. It’s still not easy to accomplish every of my own tasks. But the journal helps me to understand it’s not about establishing routines but to practice a daily process with occasional setbacks. 

3. Q: What time did you wake up and go to sleep before you started using the Morning Sidekick Journal, and what time do you wake up and sleep now?
3.10 a.m. and now 8 a.m.

4. Q: What did your mornings look like before you started using the Morning Sidekick Journal? What do your mornings look like now?
4. Waking up in a bad mood. Now I see, that I am the only one who is in charge and also in control about my emotions. Planning my morning and developing an ritual is helping me to be more present. 

5. Q: In one sentence, what's your favorite thing about the Morning Sidekick Journal?
5. What I love about this book is building up a ritual for the sole purpose of dealing with myself.

6. Q: How long have you been using the Morning Sidekick Journal?
6. With interruptions 6 weeks.

7. Q: How has using the Morning Sidekick Journal and doing your morning routine impacted your life overall?
7. The journal helped me to understand that it can be really nice to wake up and to spend some time with an morning ritual instead of being stressed to accomplish the usual tasks of getting out of bed, into the shower, into the clothes, into the train to work. Now I know that it can be nicer getting up even earlier to enjoy the mornings. I also liked the tip of turning off the colors on my iPhone with an shortcut. It really helped me to fight my cellphone-addiction.