Hello Mornings
Are you ready to wake up for your life and not just to your life?Don't worry; you don’t have to be a morning person to start each new day well. Join Kat Lee and thousands of women from countries around the world who have learned to maximize their mornings. In Hello Mornings, Kat introduces a simple yet powerful three-minute morning routine that integrates Bible study, planning, and fitness into a foundational morning habit that fits into every schedule. She then helps you build each of these core habits for life-long growth.Everyone can find three minutes. And instead of adding one more thing to the list, Hello Mornings lifts the weight off women by revealing a grace-filled way to establish a powerful morning routine that offersa simple way to incorporate the most-sought-after daily habits into a simple morning routine: God. Plan. Move.the latest research on habit formation and developmentpractical tools to help readers develop and grow their own personalized, adaptable plan for morningsstories of transformed mornings from women in every season and stage of lifeHello Mornings helps readers renovate their mornings to establish and grow a powerful daily routine—a long-term, Jesus-centered habit to anchor them in every season. Each morning can then become a launch pad into God’s amazing plan for their lives.

Hello Mornings Details

TitleHello Mornings
Author
ReleaseDec 5th, 2017
PublisherThomas Nelson
ISBN-139780718094171
Rating
GenreChristian, Nonfiction, Self Help, Religion, Christianity

Hello Mornings Review

  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    January 1, 1970
    Mornings are crucial for starting your day on the right foot, and Hello Mornings is a positive, upbeat way to help focus on your plans. Spiritually-focused, Kat Lee has a friendly way of writing, just like she's talking to you. She says early on that she's not naturally organized, so it's something she has to work on, too. Filled with strategies and good ideas, I found this a refreshing read with much self-acceptance. I hope to incorporate some of Kat's ideas. For example, she has a great discus Mornings are crucial for starting your day on the right foot, and Hello Mornings is a positive, upbeat way to help focus on your plans. Spiritually-focused, Kat Lee has a friendly way of writing, just like she's talking to you. She says early on that she's not naturally organized, so it's something she has to work on, too. Filled with strategies and good ideas, I found this a refreshing read with much self-acceptance. I hope to incorporate some of Kat's ideas. For example, she has a great discussion on time- if you have enough time, and if not, why not. It's an eye-opener for sure. This is a great read, I'm happy to have read it, and I plan to re-visit in the future. Thank you to Kat Lee, Thomas Nelson, and Netgalley, for the opportunity to read an advanced copy.
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  • Shannan Williams
    January 1, 1970
    I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I have always been a morning person, but not a very organized person. Kat Lee does a wonderful job at suggesting how to get on a morning routine with Jesus. This book is honestly really good and I highly recommend it to anyone trying to find just a few moments to spend with Jesus and not feel guilty.
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  • Alissa
    January 1, 1970
    Practical, inspirational and actionable. A good read close to the new year.
  • Cate
    January 1, 1970
    I received this book in exchange of my honest review, all opinions are mineKat Lee is one of my favorite podcast hosts ever. She hosts two amazing podcasts, Inspired to Action (currently on hiatus!) and Hello Mornings, a podcast about making the most of your mornings. Her new book, "Hello Mornings" is a great extension of the latter and expands on so much more than the usual morning routine.Kat shows her readers how to create a morning routine made of three parts..in just three minutes. Doesn't I received this book in exchange of my honest review, all opinions are mineKat Lee is one of my favorite podcast hosts ever. She hosts two amazing podcasts, Inspired to Action (currently on hiatus!) and Hello Mornings, a podcast about making the most of your mornings. Her new book, "Hello Mornings" is a great extension of the latter and expands on so much more than the usual morning routine.Kat shows her readers how to create a morning routine made of three parts..in just three minutes. Doesn't that sound doable, yet a little insane? It did to me too, until I read more of the book. :) The three parts of Kat's routine are, God, Plan and Move. First, making Christ a priority, then working Him into the plans of your day and last, doing one small thing to improve your health. It's just as easy as it sounds.Kat's book is one of my favorite time management books yet. She ties in stories about successful people to show that habits matter. She gives practical advice with her typical gentle mothering style that makes you feel empowered! This book teaches you how to make habits that stick, which is an element that many productivity books are missing. Not only does this book teach you how to better manage your time, it also ties in a lot of Christian principles.I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to make a lasting change in the new year! 
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  • Julie Beebe
    January 1, 1970
    How we start our day matters. I'm a life-long night owl. I've always struggled with getting up early and moving. The following quote convicted me. "So instead of saying, 'I don’t have time to exercise or read my Bible,' try saying, 'Exercising and Bible reading aren’t my priority.' If that feels awful, perhaps it’s time to do some realignment." - Kat Lee No matter what season of life you are in Hello Mornings will help you start and live each day with an intentional purpose for God. Through this How we start our day matters. I'm a life-long night owl. I've always struggled with getting up early and moving. The following quote convicted me. "So instead of saying, 'I don’t have time to exercise or read my Bible,' try saying, 'Exercising and Bible reading aren’t my priority.' If that feels awful, perhaps it’s time to do some realignment." - Kat Lee No matter what season of life you are in Hello Mornings will help you start and live each day with an intentional purpose for God. Through this book, Kat is your friend, sitting with you, sharing her story, encouraging you to grow, and helping provide useful ideas and tools. Kat writes: "Every morning I have a choice to trudge through the day without vision or direction, feeling purposeless and overwhelmed. Or I can connect with God, glimpse His direction for my life, understand who I can influence, and discern how I can grow and ways I can bring Him glory today." I like that Hello Mornings is Not about guilt, only accountability with enCouragement, Inspiration, Real Life Resources & Tools and a Worldwide, HelloMornings’ Sisterhood Community.A ‘Must Read’ Book for every Woman.
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  • Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    "Hello Mornings" is such a fun, conversational read. The author speaks casually, but clearly, and makes it feel as if she's accompanying you on a journey. Never once does she get preachy or condescending but she *does* get funny without being cheesy. Its a very fun read. However, she also gives good advice. Its a great idea to shave down a beginner routine into 3 minutes because it just sounds so dang achievable, even if you're a mom about to pull her hair out for lack of any time at all. Plus, "Hello Mornings" is such a fun, conversational read. The author speaks casually, but clearly, and makes it feel as if she's accompanying you on a journey. Never once does she get preachy or condescending but she *does* get funny without being cheesy. Its a very fun read. However, she also gives good advice. Its a great idea to shave down a beginner routine into 3 minutes because it just sounds so dang achievable, even if you're a mom about to pull her hair out for lack of any time at all. Plus, the author is so enthusiastic and encouraging, you feel like you can do it. Many times, books by bloggers can feel like a couple blog posts they slapped together with one or two transition sentences. This avoids that trap completely and reads like a cohesive whole. In fact, until the author mentioned it, I didn't even know she ran a blog! Overall a fun, encouraging read with lots of great tools for building good habits for your mornings. Really enjoyable to spend time with.
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  • Dayna
    January 1, 1970
    I didn't know a "how-to" book could be so beautiful!In Hello Mornings, author Kat Lee weaves together powerful personal stories, fascinating relevant research, and practical application to offer hope for intentional mornings.After years of listening to her podcasts, I immediately recognized Kat's honest, encouraging voice in her writing. This book lays out a grace-filled approach to prioritizing three essential areas: God. Plan. Move. Emphasizing consistency and the power of "small deeds done wi I didn't know a "how-to" book could be so beautiful!In Hello Mornings, author Kat Lee weaves together powerful personal stories, fascinating relevant research, and practical application to offer hope for intentional mornings.After years of listening to her podcasts, I immediately recognized Kat's honest, encouraging voice in her writing. This book lays out a grace-filled approach to prioritizing three essential areas: God. Plan. Move. Emphasizing consistency and the power of "small deeds done with great faithfulness," Kat sincerely proposes a do-able morning routine with as little as three minutes!Her bold faith in God's ability to multiply, and humble trust of His word bring her to to challenge her readers: "Never underestimate the impact of your life and the effect of living it well." She proclaims that "God wants your yes."A feast of truth, grace, and hope for even the weariest soul.*I was given a pre-release copy of this book for honest review. I honestly loved it;-)
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  • Megan
    January 1, 1970
    Kat Lee has one of my favorite podcasts (Inspired to Action), so I was excited to read her new book. Hello Mornings is a Christian how-to book on setting up easy, quick habits to make your life run better and with intention. I appreciated how easy it is to set up - 3 minutes is all you need, and you can expand it as time allows. But what I appreciated most is that if life gets hectic, you can always scale back to the three minute routine and begin again. The author has a very calming tone in her Kat Lee has one of my favorite podcasts (Inspired to Action), so I was excited to read her new book. Hello Mornings is a Christian how-to book on setting up easy, quick habits to make your life run better and with intention. I appreciated how easy it is to set up - 3 minutes is all you need, and you can expand it as time allows. But what I appreciated most is that if life gets hectic, you can always scale back to the three minute routine and begin again. The author has a very calming tone in her book, staying away from a preachy voice I often hear when reading books on forming habits. I would encourage young Christian moms that want more intention in their morning routines to read this book, and look forward to seeing more from this author.
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  • Lovely Loveday
    January 1, 1970
    The start of each morning should be positive so that you can start your day on the right foot. HELLO MORNINGS is an upbeat way to help you focus on your plans. This spiritually focused self-help book is sure to do just that. Lee has a friendly and heart felt way of writing that is sure to uplift your spirits and make it feel like you are talking to a friend. Lee admits from the start that she is not an organized person and that is something she has to work hard to achieve. She provides you with The start of each morning should be positive so that you can start your day on the right foot. HELLO MORNINGS is an upbeat way to help you focus on your plans. This spiritually focused self-help book is sure to do just that. Lee has a friendly and heart felt way of writing that is sure to uplift your spirits and make it feel like you are talking to a friend. Lee admits from the start that she is not an organized person and that is something she has to work hard to achieve. She provides you with many great ideas, strategies, and how to advice that is sure to help you reach your goals. I found HELLO MORNINGS to be an eye opener that really has helped my morning routine.
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  • Sarah Krening
    January 1, 1970
    Hello Mornings presents an easy method to take control of your mornings. The method is simple and doable, but buried in a lot of information.The morning routine method in this book is helpful. It’s a great way to make a healthy change without causing you to become even more overwhelmed; in fact, it will likely alleviate stress.I plan on trying the morning routine as well as two other ideas. I loved the idea of making tiny goals instead of New Year’s resolutions. That way, you’re more likely to a Hello Mornings presents an easy method to take control of your mornings. The method is simple and doable, but buried in a lot of information.The morning routine method in this book is helpful. It’s a great way to make a healthy change without causing you to become even more overwhelmed; in fact, it will likely alleviate stress.I plan on trying the morning routine as well as two other ideas. I loved the idea of making tiny goals instead of New Year’s resolutions. That way, you’re more likely to accomplish them.I also like the part about building habits. The process progresses slowly. You start with an action that’s so tiny, you can do it no matter what and without thinking. If, after building up to bigger actions, you have to scale down, you can fall back on that first habit, instead of quitting altogether.The book offers a wealth of ideas, which is good since just about everyone, regardless of personality, can benefit from at least some of them. The main problem for me was that I already spend a lot of time planning my schedule and figuring out how to improve, and so some of these ideas are ones I’d already thought of. In addition, many of the examples and scientific studies were already familiar to me.This book takes a long time to get to the practical stuff. I came looking for a quick, sparse, practical, and simple morning routine. It was all those things, except sparse. Just about every point gets an example of some kind—a story or metaphor.The early chapters are about getting to know yourself, but personality tests, mission statements, and time tracking are all activities I’ve done before. If that’s you, too, you can probably skip these chapters.The quick review list at the end of the book is helpful because you can finish the book knowing what you need to do next.I recommend reading this if you need a better morning routine, but be ready to do some skimming.I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Madison Loveday
    January 1, 1970
    Positive mornings are very crucial for starting your day on the right foot. Hello Mornings is a positive, upbeat book that helps focus on your plans. Kat Lee has a friendly way of writing, just like she’s talking to you and that is spiritually-focused. This book is filled with strategies and good ideas. I found this book a very refreshing read and I am definitely going to incorporate some of Kat’s ideas into my morning routine. I highly recommend reading Hello Mornings!Full Review: https://styli Positive mornings are very crucial for starting your day on the right foot. Hello Mornings is a positive, upbeat book that helps focus on your plans. Kat Lee has a friendly way of writing, just like she’s talking to you and that is spiritually-focused. This book is filled with strategies and good ideas. I found this book a very refreshing read and I am definitely going to incorporate some of Kat’s ideas into my morning routine. I highly recommend reading Hello Mornings!Full Review: https://stylishbrunette.com/2017/12/1...
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely love this book! I’ve listened to the author via her podcasts for quite a while and her writing style flows just as naturally. She’s taken what felt before like random truths in my head and heart and connected them in a picture that actually makes sense!
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  • Marylou
    January 1, 1970
    Simple morning routineThe book describes a simple but powerful morning routine for Christians to follow. I am tweaking my own routine to follow hers.
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