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Each Journey Starts With A First Step
Each Journey Starts With A First Step

Update your daily routines, integrating MUA.

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Written by Julius Geis
Updated over a week ago

Most MUA users confirm that the first 10–14 days are the hardest. Why is that?

Our daily experience is highly influenced by our conditions, habits and routines. Activities such as showering, brushing your teeth or going to work are deeply integrated habits that don't require effort - we run them on autopilot. They are known as instrumental tasks. One way to make MUA a solid part of your day is to link your daily check-ins with one of your instrumental tasks.

This Is How You Do It

To help you kick-start your journey, connect your MUA routine with some of your instrumental tasks. For example:

  1. Starting your workday, e.g. turn on your computer; Log into MUA right after you start your computer, sync today's calendar events and add missing activities manually. Include things like how you felt waking up today, enjoying your first cup of coffee or exercising. Do all of that before answering your first email.

  2. Lunch break; If you don't do lunch breaks – we recommend including a lunch break in your daily routines. Use the time after you came back from your lunch break or before you head out to your lunch break to interact with your activities using MUA. Heart, Flame, Line; and don't forget to add tags.

  3. Shutting down my computer; Make it your ritual that you log into your MUA before turning off your computer or leaving the office (or closing your laptop, moving from the home office desk to the couch – you get our point :)) and interact with all awaiting activities. Our smart filter options help you to get this done in no time. It kind of helps to release stress before moving to your personal space.

Of course, there are many more options – but let's keep it simple for now.

The results are fantastic!

  • Personal happiness doubles your performance

  • Increased sense of "feeling well" and "less stressed"

  • More camaraderie as a team

  • Better team communication

  • etc. (share your experience with us)

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