How to start your day: 5 tips for more energy and confidence
Healthy morning habits can have a positive effect on your mood. Instead of throwing the alarm out of the window, kicking the cat, and curse your life every morning, you can follow these five simple tips for getting started with a better mood and helping you live better.
1. Do you set your alarm one hour earlier to be able to postpone it at least six times before getting up?
It turns out that this small and seemingly harmless habit makes us weaker and weaker every day. Change it, and when the alarm stops ringing, do something new. Get up now! Do this every day and increase your confidence.
2. The first five seconds.
When it is dark and cold outdoors, you need the inspiration to stimulate life processes and good mood in the first moments of the morning. The first thing you need to do is feed your mind. Read an inspiring quotation, transfer the goals of the day. Do this before touching the phone, the remote, or the toothbrush.
3. Move the blood.
While your mind has been active all night, the body is resting.
4. One of the best ways to increase your happiness and your sense of well-being is to express your gratitude.
A powerful and easy way to do this is by writing about those things you are grateful for. Spend a few minutes in dreams and plans for your future. Instead of immediately embarking on the tense daily routines, responsibilities, and problems, spend a few minutes in silence, focusing on your perfect future. This will give you a sense of peace and peace that can last all day.
5. Despite the importance of breakfast, about 40% of us still miss it.
The benefits of eating a full breakfast are well known. Avoid bacon, sausage, pastry by placing whole grain cereals with skimmed milk and adding bananas, raisins, dried fruits, nuts, seeds. Prepare your energy shake by adding all your favorite ingredients.
These 20 or 30 minutes of the morning schedule are an excellent investment and will make you feel healthier, more positive, with a greater sense of control, a sense of peace and tranquility..