How To Start Your Day
No one can tell you how to live the perfect day. What’s a perfect day to you could be a disastrous day to someone else.
So the most anyone can do for you is point you in a direction that you might like.
Clichéd but true; any good morning starts on the right side of the bed and in most cases, the right side of the bed faces the window in your room so you can catch a glimpse of the first rays in the light blue sky.
Any morning you want to be worth it involves all of your favorite things. This could be a bubble bath or a warm cup of espresso to kick start your mind. Some people read a book while their mind is fresh to reminisce about their favorite characters throughout the day.
When you’re starting a day, try to never start it on a bad note.
Typically, if your day commences well, then the rest of the day doesn’t seem so menacing and you can better handle situations you face through the morning, afternoon, evening and night.
Don’t tackle anything stressful in the morning. Things you know will take a long time and hard effort, save for after you’ve spoiled yourself a little in the morning.
Most people assume that time for yourself is at night or in the evening when the day comes to an end. While this is an understandable assumption, time in the evening should actually be dedicated to wrapping up and completing your day.
The best time to spend on yourself is the morning, when the sun is high and the day begins. Yes, you have to prepare for the following outcomes and responsibilities of the day, but that’s why it’s better to start your days earlier.
Starting them earlier gives you more time to yourself, enough time to make the morning an enjoyable routine rather than one you resent.
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