Do you feel too tired when you get up? Are your sleeping pattern and exhaustive mornings making you feel less productive and groggy?
It’s time to learn how to create a morning routine. A good routine will help you become more productive and you’ll always start each day with the right foot forward. The good news is that it’s not difficult to switch things up.
To help you, we’ve listed four effective steps to forge a routine you can easily get used to. Follow these tips below and start making a morning routine:
Sleep Early, Wake Up Early
The key to a good morning routine is to fix your circadian rhythm.
Fortunately, there are a few tricks to regularly wake up early. Start by sleeping early.
This can seem difficult at times, especially if you have a lot to finish. Think of it this way: the work you get done late at night can also be accomplished early in the morning. Don’t try to force yourself at night.
Also, keep your curtains open so that the sunlight helps you wake up. Set an alarm on your phone but keep it away from you before you sleep. This will force you to get up and out of bed to turn it off.
Have Your Morning Juju
Creating a morning routine shouldn’t feel like a job. It’s supposed to be fun so go ahead and include what you need to feel good in the morning.
For example, if reading a motivational quote in the morning gets you in the right mood, include it in your routine. Doing light exercises, walking, and praying in the morning might be your thing too. As much as possible, drink water the moment you wake up
Enjoy Your Breakfast
Always start your day with a healthy breakfast. As mentioned, water should be a priority but it’s still okay to drink juice or something like Cubby House Coffee after eating.
Breakfast is important because it’ll provide you the nutrients and energy to go about the rest of your day. Skipping breakfast could make you feel weak, groggy, and exhausted throughout the day. Even if you eat lunch later, you’ll now have to use those nutrients to combat the feeling of exhaustion.
Clean Up Early
Sometimes, building a morning routine is psychological too. Work on this by cleaning things up as soon as you wake up.
Fix your bed as soon as you get up. Tidy up your things and get your stuff for work or school ready before you even leave the room. Clean the room even if it’s as basic as sweeping the floor and wiping your work table.
Don’t ignore personal hygiene too. If you can, take a nice cold shower in the morning to wake yourself up and feel energized. Toothbrush early, wash your face and dress up.
Now You Know How to Create a Morning Routine
Learning how to create a morning routine isn’t impossible, even if you have a broken circadian rhythm or a tight working schedule. Simply follow these morning routine ideas and you’ll fall into a regular beat that guarantees you’ll become more energized and productive each day.
But why stop with your morning routine?
You can also learn how to become more productive at work or school. Learn how to achieve this and more by going through our other lifestyle guides right here, today!