1. Journaling. Set a timer for 10 minutes and write whatever comes to mind. If nothing comes to mind, perhaps start by focusing on the areas in your life you are progressing, or your "wins" of the day.
2. Drink your morning coffee or tea with intention. Be truly present and contemplate on the process that began with tea leaf or a coffee bean and ended with the aromatic beverage in front of you.
3. Create a gratitude list. A recent study at the University of Manchester found that thinking grateful thoughts leads to longer, deeper sleep. Before you go to bed, reflect on your blessings and advantages, like food, water, shelter and security.