You are not a morning person.
How many times have you had a bad day because you find it hard to get up on time, to be enthusiastic about another day and to be happy to go to work, school, or wherever you spend your time at?
To make your mornings better moving forward, consider doing the following:
Mornings are busy enough without rushing to get things done, which results in forgetting a lot of things. What you need to do is prepare the night before. For example, decide what you would want to wear, what time you need to leave and what you are having for breakfast. You will avoid stress in the morning, and you will be in a better mood when you head out of the door.
Don’t fall for the snooze button
Set the alarm and get up the moment it gets off. Don’t fall for the snooze button. Otherwise, you may end up in a worse mood. We have done this before, and instead of having extra five minutes of sleep, we end up feeling groggy and needing rest more than ever. When you get out of bed right away, you feel good, you have more energy, and you are more focused.
We hate jolting awake. It is never good for the brain and the mood. This raises the importance of preparing the night before. When you rush, you already feel the stress even before you have started your day.
Eat a good breakfast
Never skip breakfast. This was a habit we have had to break and for a good reason. When we started eating a good and healthy breakfast, not only did we feel better we also began managing our days well. We became more productive, energized and inspired.
Choose to have better mornings and decide to keep doing it until it becomes an unbreakable habit—because why not, right?