How to Make Your Mornings Fresh and Relaxed

How to Make Your Mornings Fresh and Relaxed

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I have noticed that most people get irritated in the mornings due to work tension. How the day progresses will clearly depend on how our morning passes.
Here are some tips for you, which I keenly follow and which help me immensely. I bet, these will make your mornings easy and happy too!
  • Wake up early. This is a known fact that you should wake up early. But this is a wonderful trick to make your day easy going. I usually wake up at around 6 am or 6:15 a.m, and it sets the tone for the day!
  • I then drink a glass of warm water and sometimes add a dash of apple cider vinegar. I then workout for about 15 to 20 minutes. This is the time of the day when I indulge in some me-time.
  • I then do a bit of house cleaning, followed by a refreshing shower. It may be tough especially during winters, but I have to take a shower because, in our home, we cook food only after having a bath. In this way, I’m done with most of my chores before 7.30 am.
  • After that, my son wakes up. He usually wakes up between 7:00 to 7:15 a.m on school days.
  • I make sure that he does all his tasks on his own like brushing his teeth and all the morning rituals which are required.
  • From 7:30 a.m. onwards, I prepare the tiffins for my husband and my son. My husband then leaves for work at 9:00 a.m.

So this is how I manage all my work in the early hours of the day, and this helps make my mornings easy and cheerful. You too can follow these simple tips to make your mornings happy and positive. I may not be an expert, but sharing my views and my routine with you all.

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