When do you set your intentions for the day? That morning or the night before?

Imran W.
It depends on what my plan is. If it is something important has to be tomorrow, I think about that night before. But if it's nothing special or important, then I will think about that in the morning. But I always know that my morning starts with water and breakfast

Imran W.
I set my intentions the day before at night because I feel that it makes me really have to and want to do it because it's been put into the universe and it's more permanent.

Imran W.
I prefer to set my intentions the night before. This gives me time to plan them ahead of time without the morning rush pressuring me to move on, so when I wake up I already have my goals straight.

Imran W.
I tend to plan the next day- I hope for a good sleep. Getting up early always help as if I stay awake in bed it slows me fir the rest of the day.

Imran W.
I usually start thinking of my work day the evening before and what I will need to do and prioritize first. I will also plan to workout in the morning but when my alarm goes off or I wake up in the middle of the night and still feel tired, I'll talk myself out of working out most of the time. This leads me to change my alarm and then wake up later, making me arrive to work a few minutes after 8:30 (late).

Imran W.
At times I set my intentions the night before and note it down as a reminder but there are days when I will make a decision on that day itself, this usually gets down first, knowing very well that I procrastinate alot and is moved around alot by my emotions

Imran W.
I start with setting the intention and planning the day the night before and fine tune them as the day comes. Since I'm new to this, I am only learning how to optimise my time and organise it without compromising my career, personal life, relationships, hobbies, self-care, and alone time.

Cl Mence E.
The night before. Absolutely. My mind is clearer and I have a better idea of how I want my tomorrow to be. So when I wake up I can start the day running.

Imran W.
Normally I would spend 5 minutes writing down goals for the next day before bed. I would then spend around 20 min to review my plan and create a to do list first thing in the morning

Imran W.
I realise setting then the night before and updating that morning if need be is the best and most effective approach for me.

Imran W.
Both. I have trouble planning in the morning, but I have trouble being creative and finding solutions at night.

So I do the annoying, but necessary, calendars, lists, etc at night. It is all ready for me in the morning so I can just follow directions.

And since I have a more detailed plan already made out, those creative morning times stay more focused and moving towards goals.

Imran W.
I can't really tell actually. I do think about it in bed before I go to sleep but I barely make it concrete. So I readjust them in the morning while I get dressed.
I want to properly set intentions in the evening and get everything set so I can startmy day well.

Imran W.
I usually set my intentions for the day the night before. I do this because it helps me to feel more prepared for my upcoming day. When I wake up, I often feel too groggy or sleepy to set my intentions then. It feels rushed. Setting your intentions the night before gives you time to really plan out your day before the day has actually begun.

Imran W.
Generally the night before, but I adjust them in the morning depending on how I have slept and how I feel. I can only tackle certain tasks when I feel strong enough to do so. If that is not the case I will just do easy and boring tasks that I generally dont feel like doing.

Imran W.
The night before for it to become reality in the morning, but sometimes you wake up and dont really feel like going all out in your plan like you had the night before. So, I recommend setting it stone, so in the morning you dont spend time overthinking it when you wake up and just do it.

Imran W.
I do it the same morning once I wakeup. so how do I do it?first i drink my water ant then I do my streches and that's when I set may intentions

Imran W.
Do and exercise you find fun like swimming or trampolining rather than the most efficient one. Consistency is better than intensity

Imran W.
Planning the night before is better and more effective. It helps you avoid the morning rush and with a planned day you'll be more productive in completing tasks and you'll find it easy to find time to relax in the evening

Imran W.
I don't even watch TV after 7pm. I read a book and drink tea. It will relax you. IT is better to disconnect and unplung. Go to bed at 10pm. Your brain and body need rest.

Edo I.
Ideally, I like to start planning each day, the night before. Setting out clothes, making sure I have lunch/snacks for work the next day. If I can plan for the day, while I have time & can think about what I need & why. If I try & do everything in the morning, before work/school, I get super overwhelmed & always forget things.

Julia Y.
it really depends on what goals I have for the week. If I have to study then my intentions are set in the morning, if I don't have much to do then they are done at night.

Caroline Z.
I make sure that I know what I want to do the next day, Having my goals set but I thoroughly plan everything the next morning while I am making a to-do list. This usually helps breaking down long projects or tasks into short and do-able ones

Magnus E.
Honestly I prefer to think about it the day before, but not in the evening. That's because it causes a lot of stress and unnecessary pressure and it can be very hard to fall asleep.