6 Habits To Start Your Morning Routine Like The Proverbs 31 Woman

If you grew up in church (or even if you didn’t), you’ve probably heard extensive exhortation on being a Proverbs 31 woman. Every Mother’s Day, that famous line, the one about her children arising and calling her blessed, makes it’s way to the front of Hallmark cards and sappy Facebook shoutouts. Proverbs 31 has become such a common passage that we regularly overlook it and try to find something less mainstream to reference. But it is mainstream for a reason. There are principles and wisdom that deserve examination and application to our daily lives.

Those of you who completed the 10 Day to Peace Challenge (Pssst, if you haven’t joined, there’s still time!) know that I am a big believer in starting your morning with intentionality. So here are 6 ways to start your morning with Proverbs 31 intentionality:

1. Rise Early (Before You Need To)

“She rises while it is yet night and provides food for her household” – Proverbs 31:15, ESV

The Proverbs 31 woman gets a head start on her day. She rises early and starts getting things accomplished so that others can make the most of their day as well. To practice this in your life, get a head start on your day. Wake up before you’re required to and begin the morning well. Equip those around you to begin their mornings well. Make breakfast. Layout your children’s clothes. Do whatever you can to ensure that the morning goes smoothly.

Rising early helps you start out with the upper hand, time. When you have time on your side, you are not racing from one demand to the next but are able to cultivate a day around your priorities.

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2. Get to Work

“She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands.” – Proverbs 31:13, ESV

Work with willing hands. We have been created to work. Even in the Garden of Eden, Mankind was given the task of caring for the land and animals. Stop treating your work as the enemy and start working with willing hands.

Set intentions for your day and start early. Seek out meaningful work to occupy your time. When we act like victims of our day, waking at the last possible minute, begrudgingly setting to work, we are setting ourselves up for failure. We are called to work and to work well. Get a head start and throw yourself completely into the tasks the Lord has given to you.

3. Be Willing to Search for the Best

“She considers a field and buys it; With the fruit of her hands she plans a vineyard.” – Proverbs 31:16

Piggy-backing off working hard, work hard with discernment. Don’t just throw yourself into any task, determine what is the best use of your time. Consider carefully the options before you and determine what will be the best option for your family. Then get to work and throw yourself into doing the hard labor of bringing your plan to fruition.

4. Remember the Poor

“She opens her hand to the poor and reaches out to the needy” – Proverbs 31:20, ESV

Right in the midst of a passage on what a virtuous woman looks like is this foundational statement. This woman, the Godly woman, is seeking out the needy and serving them with open hands. This isn’t an afterthought, it is a foundational part of her life.

Last year, a friend reminded me that when Jesus speaks of separating the sheep from the goats in Matthew 25, caring for others as unto the Lord Himself is foundational. Jesus doesn’t ask if their laundry was folded. He doesn’t ask how well the family room was decorated. He asks if they fed the hungry and clothed the naked. The Proverbs 31 woman does that. When you are starting out your day, intentionally think of ways you can reach out to those in need in your community.

Can you keep extra water bottles or bags of basic supplies in your car to hand out? What role does your church play in helping those in need and how can you join in? Is there an organization you can partner with to reach out to the people around you? Love INC is an amazing nationwide organization that I recommend looking into if you are unsure of where to start.

As a Christian, this is not an optional extra but needs to be a foundational part of your life. Taking a minute in the morning to pray for those in need and to ask the Lord to provide you with opportunities to serve is a great way to keep this priority a part of your life.

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5. Know Where You Are Going

“She is not afraid of snow for her household, for all her household are clothed in scarlet.” – Proverbs 31:21, ESV

Focus on the long-term needs of your family. Perceive what is to come and make a plan for how to care for it. Your daily works will often piece together this longterm plan. It takes a conscious effort to draw your mind to the future and to prepare. Remember equally that, whatever comes, we are in the hands of a good God who will provide for our needs. We must steward the lives He has given us but, come what may, we can, “laugh at the time to come” (Proverbs 31:25, ESV).

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6. Remember What Matters in Life

“Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. Give her of the fruit of her hands, and let her works praise her in the gates.” – Proverbs 31:30-31, ESV

I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge everyone’s favorite Proverbs 31 passage. But like I said earlier, it became these favorites are treasured for a reason. Few verses encapsulate the heart of the Christian woman more clearly.

The woman of God has her priorities in order. Above all else, she fears the Lord. This deep, abiding reverence for the Lord and His commands is the truest part of her life.

This is the center of being a Proverbs 31 woman, putting the Lord above all else and keeping our eyes fixed on His goodness. He is the anchor of our hope (Heb. 6:19) and the one who starts and brings to completion our faith (Heb. 12:2). So keep on, weary women. Keep pressing into the Savior. Keep savoring His goodness. And make this the very first and the most important part of your day. Before anything else, remember where you stand before God and seek after Him as a bride after her groom.

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  1. Bobbi says

    These are all so true and important. It’s definitely not always easy but it builds your strength even when you don’t realize it. Thanks for the reminders!

  2. Ashley says

    I absolutely love your input on working with willing hands for the Lord. So often I look at work as a duty, instead of something the Lord has honored me with!

    Much love,
    Ashley | dearash.com

    • Bailey says

      It is a hard perspective to keep because of the tainting of sin but it is so important to take captive our thoughts and remember what God intended. We are blessed.

  3. Andrea says

    Fantastic read! I really enjoyed reading this! I do admit sometimes it’s really hard to accomplish all 6 steps, quite a struggle I’d say…but this post is a great reminder of God’s love and that He gives us strength! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Bailey says

      Andrea, I’m right there with you! It is a struggle but He equips and guides us. So grateful for the strength He offers.

    • Bailey says

      I am thinking I might need to make Proverbs 31 a first thing in the morning read for awhile! I need to soak in all the good reminders and realign my priorities.

  4. Nikki O. says

    The waking up early out is going to be a struggle for me! Lol I really appreciate how you broke down this verse, I definitely have a better understanding now 🙂


  5. Tee says

    Thanks for this. #4 and #6 are the two I really appreciate being reminded of. We often take care of ourselves and our families but what about the poor? Thanks for sharing.

    • Bailey says

      It was hard for me to write this because I was so convicted by that part of the chapter. How do I remember the poor? Really hoping I can incorporate this into my daily living more and more.

  6. Brittany Comeaux says

    You unpacked these verses so well, bailey! I really found this to be inspiring and help me see some of these verses in a new light. I’m sharing this to my personal FB for my girlfriends to read. Keep up the good work!

  7. Jennifer Enoch says

    I love that you said we don’t have to be victims to our day, but we can actually get up and take control of it. I’ve been easing my way into waking up early in the morning, it’s a struggle because I love sleep but it’s well worth the time spent with the Lord.

    • Bailey says

      I’m glad to hear that resonated with you! It’s very important to me to focus on what God has given me to control. My time is one of those things but yet, I often act like a victim instead of the master of my day.

  8. Jenn says

    I love these verses. I wake up and try to take the time to read my bible in the morning. It starts my day with peace of mind.

  9. Sammi says

    These are all great standards to set for ourselves as women who follow Jesus. Thank you for sharing these verses and offering some encouragement and direction along with!

    • Bailey says

      I would say it was my pleasure but this is one of the most convicting posts I’ve written. The Word of God speaks!

  10. Ayanna @ 21FlavorsofSplendor says

    Love all of these! This an awesome way to practically work towards being a P31 everyday. Waking up before my family for my quiet time with God and to get myself prepared for the day makes all the difference. And I absolutely loved when you said,”we act like victims of our day,” because this is so true and something that I have to actively fight against.

    • Bailey says

      I am amazing by the difference rising early makes! It’s so dramatic. God’s truth is always good for us.

  11. Jasmine Eclipse says

    This blog made me so happy! We do bible study at work, and we talked about Proverbs 31, and I love it so much! It gives me motivation and peace to get through the day, doing mundane things. Thank you for this, I’ll be rereading it often!

    • Bailey says

      Jasmine, Your comments have been so encouraging to me! It’s amazing how God keeps nudging us with reminders.

  12. Bethany says

    I loved your comment ” don’t act like a victim of your day.” Starting with an intention and GOds word before us will set us on the right path.

  13. Helene says

    Though not a Christian, I believe these principles are essential in all faiths, and to life in general. I make it a point to rise early and deal with the things that would otherwise drag me around all day. My children are involved in community service and we spend a lot of time discussing what is truly important in life. This is a fabulous post. Kudos.

  14. Brianna says

    Love this! I remember growing up, my mom always used to keep care packets in the car. We had a large homeless population in our area and she would hand them out to people on the corner.

  15. Brianna says

    I love this! I remember growing up my mom always had care packets in the car to hand out to people on the corner. It had like a water bottle, a tooth brush and a $5 gift card to McDonald’s.

    • Bailey says

      Care packages in the car are such a great tool! They’re also a wonderful way to get kids involved in serving the less fortunate.

  16. Brianna says

    I love this! I remember growing up my mom always had care packets in the car to hand out to people on the corner. It had like a water bottle, a tooth brush and a $5 gift card to McDonald’s.

  17. Sara says

    I must say that as someone who isn’t particularly religious, I loved this. It was a peaceful and meaningful read. In also reading it at 5:00am and I am motivated to get up and start my day (which I will once I have left this comment). I particularly like the part where you encouraged people to not be a victim of their day. Don’t think I could have put it better myself. Thank you ?

  18. Linda says

    Thankyou for taking the time to write ‘6 Habits of the Proverbs 31 Woman’
    am going to take heed.

  19. Angela Robinson says

    This was wonderful to read. It gave me quite a bit to reconsider in my own life. I will be sharing this with me church’s singles ministry. Good fd for thought.

  20. Jen E says

    Number 4 really spoke to me! There have been times in my life when I needed a hand out, and my brothers & sisters in Christ were there to lift me up. I love the idea that you have to keep extra items in the car, so smart and what a way to love on someone at the right moment. My kids have even got in on it, giving up snacks from their school lunch for a lady they felt was in need. Thank you for this wonderful and needed reminder!

    • Bailey says

      That is so wonderful. It’s amazing to hear the Body of Christ working together as it’s supposed it. Your children – what a precious display of childlike faith!

  21. Lisa says

    Remember What Matters in Life
    “Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. Love, love, love!! One of my favorite books!

  22. Jen says

    Love #3 about working with discernment. I know that if I’m feeling burnt out, I haven’t accurately evaluated the purpose of my task – because even when a task is hard or takes a long time, I don’t often get burnt out if I’ve started and planned my task with appropriate discernment. Keeping an eye on the eternal perspective – point #5 – is a great tip!

  23. Lorraine says

    Wow this made my day. I immediately decided to change my group’s name to “Proverbs 31 Woman” we are meeting weekly and this made me think alot. We need to equip ourselves as woman of God according to the word and not according to our own standards. That is the reason we fail so much.May God continue to use you in this mega season.Keep on, moving forward do not stop with this.

    • Bailey says

      This makes me so happy. We do indeed need to equip one another to walk in the ways of the Lord. Thank you so much for your encouragement.

    • Bailey says

      I hope that, as school begins, you are able to set a consistent routine focused around the priorities given in Scripture.

  24. Jen E. says

    I agree, I think the Proverbs31 woman had become so mainstream that it’s easy to overlook what the Bible is actually saying about her. This is such an awesome breakdown and a great resource for a better understand of what God is trying to convey to us. Thank you so much for this explanation.

  25. Laura says

    Your last statement resonated with me the most, remember where you stand before God. Thank you for the reminder that spending time with our Heavenly Father should be our number one priority, not an afterthought.

    • Bailey says

      Thank you for sharing, Laura. Too often, God is my afterthought but I strive daily to bring Him back to the center of my life.

    • Bailey says

      While of course that is a wonderful morning, I ultimately chose to leave that out because that was not in this passage. I tried to incorporate a reminder to keep focused on the Lord as I do feel like that is a clear part of verses 30-31.

  26. Kelly says

    The message is beautiful. It could only be improved upon by having an extra set of eyes to proof the grammar and punctuation. Thank you for sharing, breaking it down into six sections simplifies the process to becoming a 31 Proverbs woman.

    • Bailey says

      Thank you, Kelly. I always have trouble editing my own work but do the best I can. Really appreciate your thoughts.

  27. Betty says

    Hi Bailey! Thank u for breaking the Proverbs 31 passage up & detailing it.. there is SO much in that passage. I have bin blessed with 4 wonderful children,ages 12,10,4&2.some days I feel more burnt out then blessed,but am always grateful for a New morning to start fresh.. I have a thyroid disease that leaves me very fatigued most days. So reading that encourages me & depresses me at the same time:( I have a desire to get things done,I will burst into my day & 2 hrs down I’m exhausted & unlike most ladies,I could rather prepare meals& care packets & love on the needy all day but orignizing & keep my House seems More of a duty then a blessing to be a part of my daily routine. Pray that I may have the energy & motivation to work with willing hands in my home instead of being a victim of my day( not to dread each task)but to get up with a joy & full of energy:)

  28. Tammy says

    Thank you for these words to prompt us into action. Today is the first day of a new year, a new day to focus on Jesus first, then to serve others. Happy New Year, 2018!

  29. Anonymous says

    Yes, so before you make judgements about anyone., make sure you’re getting all the facts. You just might be surprised at how very deceived you really are. God bless you.

  30. Lila says

    I really enjoyed this morning! I’ve found that when I have a good morning, I usually have a good day. Thanks for the tips of how to start the morning off on the right foot!

  31. Amy @ Orison Orchards says

    Ah, the rising early part is so hard! But you’re totally right! I find that my days go so much better when I do rise early and then begin my day with devotions — scripture reading and prayer. I need to work on remembering the poor. Thank you for the reminder!

  32. Stephanie says

    I absolutely love this post! It is so important to remember these foundations and to truly set our intentions each day. Thank you for sharing, going to save this to reflect on often

  33. Kiersten says

    Great post! I don’t have a family yet, because I am in my twenties but I still want to work on being a Proverbs 31 woman. I always find it nice to start my day and jump right into doing what I need to do. I feel more productive and less stressed when I get things done right away and with a good attitude.

  34. Brittany Bergman says

    Rise early — that is the key to my whole day! I love how each of these habits helps us create a life of intention. I once heard someone say that we should wake up FOR our day rather than waking up TO our day, and I think that’s captured here.

  35. Jen E. says

    Although, I’ve actually been getting up early before everyone else for quite some time now, it still takes effort. And i guess that’s good, because for me it’s a sacrifice I’m totally willing to make…may seem small to others, but I’m so not a morning person.Also, current;y working on #4 which has me so excited!

  36. Kat says

    It is beautiful how God has been transforming my heart as I seek Him first. When I press into Him, He shapes and molds me into the woman He created me to be. Love this.

  37. Tara says

    let her works praise her in the gates – that has always sent such a powerful message to me. I may not be perfect but I do try to always serve others and show a generous spirit!

  38. Julie Coley says

    Bailey, this has truly blessed my heart today. I am already making changes in my mind to begin each day intentionally, and how to better serve my family. Thank you!

  39. Jane Patel says

    Do you think it’s a bad thing if a married woman w kids has a housekeeper? Do you see it as going against proverbs 31?

    • Bailey says

      Great question! I don’t think so at all. I think it’s quite clear that the Proverbs 31 Woman has servants who are helping her. If there’s a season (even a long one) where your work in other areas means that you need help with your house, go for it. I guess my only caveat would be that we are to be diligent with the work God has given us. If we are using a housekeeper as an excuse for laziness, instead of as a way to free up time to focus on others things, then it would be bad.

  40. Melissa says

    Starting the day with God is such a blessing. The world may think the Proverbs 31 model is an impossible standard but God is never wrong. Things just seem to go better when we do it God’s way. 🙂

  41. Natashia O. says

    You know when God speaks. When I read your first habit, I became teary eyed – in a GOOD way. I wake up early every morning to not only have 30 minutes to myself, but I’m preparing the day so when my family wakes up, they don’t have to worry about too much. It comes so naturally for me. I don’t know if its the mom in me or because my mom did the same. Your post tugged at my heartstrings and was a great reminder of what I currently do and what improvements I can make.

  42. Ronda Butler says

    Bailey, thank you for this beautiful insight! As women of God our battles can be overwhelming, but His embrace and wisdom gives us these types of understandings!

  43. Nikki says

    This post is a refreshing reminder of one of God’s greatest callings as a wife and mother, in very real and practical ways. I love it. Thank you!

    • Bailey says

      Thank you, Nikki. God’s calling is often lived out in practical, mundane moments but that doesn’t mean they matter any less.

  44. Olivia Rich says

    I honestly believe this is confirmation! I have been working on being more intentional about work. I’ve done everything except consider the poor. I never thought about doing no that. Thank you!

  45. Mia Mendoza says

    Thank you. This was sonencouraging and refreshing. I am encouraged to share this with the Ladies in my church as a teaching. Keep me in prayer. God bless

  46. Michelle Huddleston says

    This is spot on! It definitely took some getting used to and for a season, I just couldn’t bring myself to do it from exhaustion of having a newborn. BUT I’m happy that I can now return to this type of schedule now that my youngest is going on 11 months old. It makes for better days when I am up early, having alone time with God, and getting uninterrupted time to work!

    • Bailey says

      There are definitely seasons for everything and, when you have a newborn, it’s one of those seasons where your service is more “in the middle of the night” than early morning. It’s so helpful to get back to a normal schedule though.

  47. Colleen Mitchell says

    I actually haven’t read Proverbs 31 that I can recall, but I keep hearing about the Proverbs 31 Woman on the radio in the form of ads on K-Love. So this post is greatly explanatory! I like 3 especially; it can also be referred to as investment in ourselves and our families.

  48. Karen says

    What a great list of ideas. The Prov. 31 woman has so many virtues but I think she got them by working little by little to become a better woman.

  49. April Nelson says

    Great instruction and simply laid out to where it doesn’t feel overwhelming. You are right #6 is above all most important and if you do this one, all the other 5 steps will go much smoother!!

  50. Jenny Morrison says

    This is so very true, and makes such a difference in our lives and our families lives. I always find when I follow these truths, my day goes better, which in turn makes my families day go better too!

  51. Kyra High says

    This was sooooo awesome!!! I’ve been really trying to find a morning routine geared towards my spiritual walk. I’ve studied the P 31 woman, but now I can apply it to my life. Thank you and God Bless.

  52. Courtney says

    God knew I needed to read this tonight. Thank you . I have taken a break from social media this holiday season , and added more devotion time and prayer . I loved this.

  53. Jenny says

    Starting this new season with intentional spiritual journaling. Prov 31 been a long term challenge/encouragement on the mission field, as a stay at home Mummy of 4 and crofter/shepherdess. Thank you for refreshing this for me.. these 6 morning habits make the front page of my new journal… as I aim to be more ‘graceful’ in my intentionality and not so driven to the chaotic by the huge to-do lists our all pervasive culture somehow leaves us feeling we should be trying to make and achieve. Blessings

    • Bailey says

      It makes a HUGE difference for me. It’s hard to start the routine but when you see the value, it’s really life-changing.

  54. Leah says

    A very real and thoughtful post , it gave me something to center myself and remind me of what I should be doing , thank you ?, have a blessed day !

  55. Baphiwe says

    It’s amazing how Hod’s word remains relevant through out time. Even 1.5yrs later this blog is applicable to me. Thank you, hope is alive.

  56. Sandra L. Sprinkle says

    Thank you for reminding me of what it is & what it means to be a “Proverbs 31 Woman”. God Bless you for receiving this word from the Holy Spirit & more importantly, for being mindful & sharing this word

  57. Disha Smith says

    My morning routine has been lacking lately and I needed to read this. I can’t wait to implement these tips!

  58. Tinashe says

    This is a really great post. I struggle to wake up early in the morning but the days l do like today it makes a difference ! Just need to do it more consistently ?

  59. tweilbacher714 says

    You totally hit the nail on the head with your first point, because that’s the most important: don’t just wake up early…wake up BEFORE you actually need to! If I don’t give myself some padding in there, I will feel rushed during my time with the Lord, and focus on my schedule more than prayer and the Word. Because I’ve got a mile long list of things waiting for me after that! So I have started getting up even earlier, to make sure there’s more flexibility!

  60. Danielle says

    Great ways to set yourself up for a a great day. I do love your tip to wake before you have to. I hate it when an alarm jars you awake. It always feels so much better to wake before it goes off.

    • Bailey says

      It does! Or even to set the alarm earlier and wake up not rushed to immediately race through your to-do list.

  61. Lindo says

    Hi! My name is Lindo. After reading this post I felt encouraged in my spirit. Thank you for the uplifting read. May you be richly blessed.

  62. Lita says

    I was so tired,worried and scared because in this stage of my life some unpleasant memories about my past still occupy my mind and it affect negatively to how I feel about myself.
    But then I found this article and read it, I feel very grateful and realize again who I am in Christ,my true identity as new creature especially woman in God. Feeling so blessed,thank you..

  63. Mary says

    This was so amazing to read. Thank you for posting this. It has totally change the way I look at the beginning of every day. I truly believe God was speaking to me. I love love love this!!!

  64. Salvienne says

    I am a teacher by profession and now on sabbatical leave wit my baby due to health recovery,m after surgery. So I consider myself as a housewife for now. I always wanted to know how I can be an effective one. I asked God to guide me, and I heard in my spirit “read and meditate on proverb 31, u wil get the answer and guidance”. I have not really done it yet and reading this blog of yours have confirmed to me what I heard that day. U am going to study it meditate on it, but I have planned to take 1 verse a day and pray and ask God help based on it, then try practice it on that day. I wil do a trial this week and see how it goes and wil give u feedback of my plan. Thank u once again and God keeps blessing u.

  65. Dani says

    Beautiful way of explaining and teaching how to be that Proverbs 31 woman that sometimes looks like Wonder Woman no regula person can be.

  66. Samantha says

    I have really struggled with my day to days recently and this planted the seed in my heart to help me with more intention. Thank you so much for this read. It spoke to my heart! ❤️

  67. ROWENA Sion pascua says

    Such a Beautiful reminder for me as woman, a mother, a wife, a friend, as a citizen and as a daughter of God. Godly women sees the goodness and greatness of God. They enjoy every minute of their lives because they have with them the heart of Jesus. All days are matters when you give your days to the Lord. You will not be worried, exhausted, stressed out but instead with Christ you will find peace, focused, fulfilled and contented.
    Looking forward to read some of your inspiring work coz it strucked me. GOD BLESS AND MORE POWER 🙏♥️

  68. Janet says

    I don’t know if this is the type of reply… I so want to be this woman. I have many autoimmune disorders and this will be difficult. But nothing is too big for our Lord to handle. Please pray with me, for me,

  69. Melissa says

    So many pop ups and ads I couldn’t read the actual article! I realize everyone needs an income but this shouldn’t be a priority over getting your message out there. I missed every single bit of this. So sad. And scrolling back just opens ads! I doubt this is how the Proverbs 31 woman would have done it…

  70. Susan says

    Wonderful to read my favorite Proverb! How I want to be that woman that God uses! Thank you for sharing!😘