Student Morning Routines

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The thought of your alarm going off at 7 am may make you respond with a groan but there are ways to make you feel motivated to get up and get out for the day.  

 

  1. Planning is key. If you plan out your morning as well as organising your outfit the night before you won’t feel rushed off your feet. 

  2. Once that alarm goes off, wake up and do some exercise, even if it is only for five minutes. This will get your heart rate going and make you feel less groggy. Many huge CEOs in New York like to practice some light yoga and go for a 20-minute walk. 

  3. It’s important to eat breakfast, especially a healthy one. Even eating brown toast instead of white toast still makes a difference. Having a pot of fruit with a glass of water is also an option or if you really need coffee having decaf instead of full caffeine with semi-skimmed milk instead of whole milk. 

  4. Taking a few minutes to read the news makes you somewhat aware of what is going on in the world as well as locally and you can easily do this on your phone or by watching the TV. 

  5. If you wake up early enough or arrive at university early you could do some coursework or work on a personal project. 

  6. Take a moment to set a goal or intention for your day e.g. finish a report the day before it’s deadline or go for a walk for an hour after class. 

 

Start by doing one of these small changes each day and you will begin to see a difference. 

  

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