On your way home, I’m sure you review your day and have every intention to make tomorrow better than it was today. Then you get home...and suddenly your plans of change fly right out the window. It’s ok, life happens. These 3 tips are simple and obvious. Maybe you already practice them, maybe you’d like to, maybe you think you do but….Netflix happens. Luckily I’m here to remind you how effective and EASY it is to adapt to get successful results.
1. Pack a healthy breakfast & lunch the night before.
A rushed morning out the door is no stranger to the 9-5 worker. Typically, food is the last thought during your morning routine. To no fault of your own, might I add, the convenience of buying and consuming food has become second nature. However, this isn't the best habit to have, expect or assume. Bypass the ‘convenient’ temptation and pack an intentional brain fueling meal the night before. You’ll save time and money, and might just beat that morning rush.
2. Go to bed 30 minutes earlier.
Go to bed 30 mins earlier than normal. Knock the thought of FOMO out of your noggin, the only thing you’ll be missing Monday-Thursday is a good night sleep. It’s 2017 after all, you can record that episode of Game of Thrones. Oh and pack that lunch before you hit the sheets ;)
3. Wake up 30 minutes earlier.
I know, I know, it's easier said than done. But what if I told you, you can miss the morning rush, make a cup of coffee to go, and look your best with time TO SPARE. That’s right, long gone are the days of running to the expired morning meter, sitting behind a slow school bus, or hitting “unexpected” traffic. I PROMISE, this will help you at work too. Get your computer warmed up and running, water your office plants, make your 2nd ( or 3rd or whatever, no judging) cup of coffee, because let’s be honest...if you’re on time, you’re late.
These are small, simple and easy adjustments in your everyday schedule that are sure to be successful. I'm sure you knew these, and I hope you did...but a wise man once said..."It's not knowing what to do, but doing what you know."--Sir Tony Robbins
Do you have any other helpful tips? Let me know!
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