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How To Create The Perfect Morning Routine

June 7, 2021

We often hear the phrases “woke up on the wrong side of the bed” and “start the day right” when people talk about how their mornings went. In fact, many of us believe that these two things can impact how the rest of our day pans out. If this is the case for you, what steps can you take to avoid waking up on the wrong side of your bed, and to ensure that you start your day right everyday? 


Step 1. Think about you! 

Someone else’s morning routine is perfect for one reason: it’s theirs. The motions of waking up and going about their day is tailored to who they are and what they do, and because it is, what may work for them may not necessarily work for you. So go ahead and get as much inspiration from others as you can, but at the end of the day, focus inward and think about yourself. Your morning routine will only be perfect if it’s all about you. 


Step 2. Get physical! 

It doesn’t have to be a full-blown session either! Anything to keep your body moving as soon as you wake up – whether it’s a quick jog around the neighborhood or just several push ups – can make a difference. In fact, a study has found that a ten-minute workout with just a single one minute workout already has a positive impact on your health. 


Step 3. Breakfast time! 

There’s a reason why it’s called the most important meal of the day: breakfast helps replenish energy and nutrients in the body after several hours of going without any food. It also gives you a boost and can sustain you long enough until lunch so that you can keep going, with a great start, throughout the rest of the day. You can have it with a cup of coffee or tea. 


Perfect morning routines consist of a ritual that’s unique to each individual. By really thinking about what great mornings are to you and incorporating exercise and healthy eating in the mix, you’re not just starting the day right – you’re making sure that you’re not waking up on the wrong side of bed too! 


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