1. No Snooze
Hitting snooze does more to confuse your body than help it. While those extra minutes may feel like a relief, they are making the process of getting out of bed more difficult when you finally make the move.
2. Make Your Bed
Making your bed is an easy win first thing in the morning. This has the benefit of being a mental success immediately in the beginning of your day.
3. Sunshine (if possible)
If possible, soak up some sun first thing in the morning. Sunshine is a signal to your body that the day is starting and that it should wake up.
4. Move Your Body
Physical activity can help increase memory and concentration, so why not start your day off with it. This can be as gentle as walking or yoga, and as short as twenty minutes. Find an activity and time allotment that works for you.
The act of meditation is relaxing to the body while also improving physical health. Meditation can can have significant physical, spiritual, and mental benefits. Good habits such as prayer or guided meditation can set the tone of your entire day.
Taking the time to handwrite your goals every morning can cement them in your mind. Your goal can be as simple as washing one load of laundry or as big as running a marathon. Just take a few moments to commit it to paper.
Your body spends all night recovering and using the stores of hydration and calories you consumed during the day. Drinking water first thing in the morning helps to replenish your body and sets you up for a day without the dehydration fuzzies.