Don't leave the Rosary until the end of your day! You don't need to be in a Church to pray the Rosary! Here's five quick tips to pray the Rosary each day.
Pray the Rosary when you are doing a mundane or repetitive task
Whenever your brain is 'off' during a mindless task, it's an opportunity to bring those thoughts to prayer. Doing the laundry, mowing the lawn, painting a wall, vacuuming, even filling out a spreadsheet can be sanctified by praying the Rosary.
Pray the Rosary as you walk to work
Any sort of daily commute - driving, riding or walking - is a perfect time to pray the Rosary. Our Rosary Cards are very easy to carry!
Pray the Rosary at lunch
I'm a big fan of using your lunch break as a "Pause and Recommit" time of your day. Adding a Rosary at the end of your lunch allows you to refocus and bring Mary and Jesus with you the rest of the day.
Pray it right before or after a big meeting or important part of your day
If I'm being conservative, a Rosary takes about 20 minutes to pray. Most of the time I find it takes less than 15. If your place of work allows, schedule in an extra 15 minutes before or after a meeting to privately pray a Rosary. This is a beautiful opportunity to re-set yourself after a potentially stressful time in your day. Closing the door to your office or going out to pray in your car reminds us that whatever happened in the meeting is of small significance to who you are and what you are called to.
Say the Rosary while driving in your car
Instead of turning on another Podcast or the Radio, I've found that taking a few minutes of my drive is a great way to pray the Rosary. Whenever I've got a meeting across town, or I'm in the middle of a long road trip, praying the Rosary is a great use of my time in the car. What a great way to bring faith into your daily commute as well. (This also significantly cuts down on my frustration or road rage)
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