The morning isn’t an awful time of the day when you know the ideal ways to start it. Many people might still have problem to get out of bed with their eyes still closed and try to stumble around in order to get ready to start another day.
How do you usually start your day?
Starting your morning right is one of the most important links in the chain of a balanced life. Here are a few tips that might be helpful for you.
Get enough sleep. Stop watching TV too much or checking your social media sites. Going to bed early will make you get enough sleep.
Get enough sleep. Seriously, I didn’t make a mistake by repeating this. Most people need about 8 hours of sleep.
Start your day with a shower. A nice hot shower is the best way to wake up in the morning and there is simply nothing else that I can say about it.
Start your day with music. What kind of music do you like? Classical, rock, party tunes, country … whatever it is, play it to make you feel good.
Do not watch TV or read a newspaper. Don’t fill up your fresh mind after a good night with negative information about economy, politics or any news that make you down.
Exercise. Morning exercise is always good for your body before you get busy with your activities. Walking, stretching, cycling, and yoga can be your morning exercises.
Eat a balanced breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Don’t skip it.
Do not make email your morning priority. If the first thing in the morning you rush to your computer then you will miss those precious minutes that you can spend doing your morning exercises, fixing your breakfast and enjoying your life.
Hang an inspiring morning picture in front of your bed. For example a huge picture of your wedding. You can pick either a picture that will make you feel happy in the morning.
Practice positive thinking. Try thinking of something good like “The weather is great today, I will definitely go for a walk during lunch,” “It’s so wonderful that I am healthy and happy with my family”. Start your day positive and your days will be much happier and less stressful than they’ve been before.
What do you think? You will notice your life will change positively and less stressful in just a few months if you find the ideal ways to start your day.
Any different thoughts that you want to share? Comment please!
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