I appreciate this article since it clued me in to both PS Notebooks, and ADS.
I got a chuckle out of the one comment that said "Productivity Experts" recommended a morning routine.
I myself was taught a "morning routine" at work by an old boss, and a couple of very old stints (now called gigs) as a "computer operator". In the old days of big iron, you came into work, and your first (and maybe only) task was to work thru a list of things to check and do and log that they were done.
I kept this up thru my career at every other job, where the normal routine starts by ripping up your plan for the day, and tackling the new fires staring you in the face. After putting out the critical fires, THEN I proceed with "the old fashioned" daily routine of making sure my systems are functioning as expected.
Thinking about it, a daily routine (and systems check) has been a part of both military procedure, and industrial equipment operation, for centuries if not millennia.
The "productivity experts" and "noobs" alike can take comfort that they are both following a long standing traditional practice.
And now it can be done "in the cloud" with PowerShell. Cool Beans.