All good things must come to an end.
After six and a half years, 343 routines, and a total of 2,214,300 emails sent to our newsletter subscribers, we have come to the realization that our project is complete.
When you combine our book, which was released last year, and our online archive of 343 morning routine interviews, it became clear to us that you, our loyal readers, already have all the tools you need to create a morning routine that works for you over the long term.
What does this mean for you?
While this will be our last scheduled email to you, our website is going to stay up indefinitely, with our entire archive of routines (which runs over 400 when you include those published in our book) available for you to read, enjoy, and gain inspiration from.
We have added some of our most popular morning routines to our homepage so you can get to them easily, and find any that you missed when they were first published, as well as a brand new “random routine” function.
If you’ve enjoyed what we’ve created over the last six and a half years, you can support us by buying or gifting our book to a friend or family member (over half of the routines in the book are exclusive to it, and do not appear online). If you would like to continue supporting us in our work going forward, Michael is currently available for a full-time role, and Benjamin has a blog and email newsletter that he’d be honored for you to consider joining. For occasional updates and morning inspiration you can follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Finally, we would like to say a huge thank you to all of you. Whether you only started following along last week, or you have been with us since the very beginning, it means the world to us that you have come along for the ride.
As we say in the introduction to our book, our hope is that you see our work both as a handbook on how to create (and stick to) a positive, focused, and calm morning routine, and as a flip-book of inspiring stories. Reading our interviews affords keyholes into the most beautiful, private moments of our day. They form a patchwork study of who we are and how we live.
Goodbye for now,
Benjamin and Michael