…a little bit faster and a lot less stressful…. How???
I’m normally a morning person and in those past years I adopted fe tricks to do more in less time.
First be prepared: cutting down on your morning routine means starting ahead.Having little things done before you even wake up is a great way to save time. It will also save you some anxiety when you need to be at work in five, but cannot seem to find those matching shoes. You can even go so far as to plan out your morning as well, such as listing out what you need to get done for work.
Second do some activity: get up early (like 6:00 am), get ready for sport , get out of bed and hop around, prepare yourself for a beautiful new day. Usually I go to the swimming pool three day par week (45 min) and run in the other three (just few k..like 7 or 10).
Third take your time: even if you are on a tight schedule, always try to get aside a little time for yourself in the morning. A little peace and quiet over your coffee can be a calming and meditative experience that will set your mind in the right direction.
Fourth set a goal: what do you want to accomplish today? Write it down on a sticky-note and attach it to the bathroom mirror or refrigerator for motivation if you need to. Once you reach it, you will feel confident and glad that you got something accomplished, or at least out of the way.
Fifth have an healthy breakfast: usually I’ve some fruits with soy yogurt, or a bowl with cereal and oat’s milk… try some green smoothie and avoid refined sugar and processed food. You need to get energizer and for that you body need the right fuel!
With a little organization and a lot of discipline, getting eight hours of shut-eye is possible. Create a peaceful environment free from distractions, and try to keep that cellphone out of reach. This is another part of the day that is all about you, so make it count.
Starting your day off right does not have to be difficult. In fact, it should be fun. It is like a new page in a book that is ready to be filled in with your wonderful experiences! You will find that once you find your own routine, you will feel more confident, more energized, and the day will run just a little bit smoother.