When I go to my mat exercising yoga something is happening to me. I loose the sence of time and it feels like I can go on forever and ever. I get the time to myself, to listen in to my body, to stretch, to strengthen, to recharge. Taking the time to be aware about my inhale and exhale. It gives me a wonderful feeling of joy and piece of mind that I bring with me into the rest of the day, off the mat.
And as said before, starting the day with morning yoga, (as the first 20 minutes exercise part in your success hour, if you follow the 5 AM club), you have a great start and good conditions to make this a fantastic day. Then you continue with your next 20 minutes session, write in your journal, about the good things that happened yesterday, and what things you will focus on and succeed with today. Planning for your day, maybe write your gratitude list for the day, any other thoughts and feelings, maybe there is something you need to let go of, and this is a good way to work this through if so. Set an intention for the day.
I think this is really a good way to start the day that I do strongly recommend. And I do wish for you as well to find out what morning routine suits you best. Try and you will find the answer. Inhale. Exhale. Take care. Namaste.