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8 Things to Do in the Morning for a Productive Day

Author: Medifast California

May 02, 2017

8 Things to Do in the Morning for a Productive Day

Author: Medifast California

May 02, 2017

Let’s face it: Mornings can be tough, especially when you aren’t prepared for the day. Here are 8 things you can do in the morning for your most productive day yet.

8 Things to Do in the Morning for a Productive Day

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  1. Drink a glass of water. Drinking water first thing in the morning helps you rehydrate and gives your metabolism a jumpstart. Have a glass with lemon before your morning coffee.

 

  1. Eat a breakfast rich in protein. Protein helps you feel full and gives you the energy to last until lunch.

 

  1. Make your bed. Making your bed helps your room look clean, and gives you a feeling of accomplishment before you even start your day. Plus, who doesn’t like coming home to a neat bed after a long day?

 

  1. Do something active. Get your body moving with a few stretches and a brisk walk around the block to start the day with more energy and focus.

 

  1. Review your calendar. Take a minute or two to check over your calendar and to-do list in order to plan your day. Knowing what to expect and having a plan to tackle it can make your day run smoother.

 

  1. Wake up early. Give yourself ample time to wake up, get ready and leave without feeling rushed to take care of everything at once.

 

  1. Avoid technology. Leave your phone in the other room and don’t check your email until noon. This helps you avoid being distracted by tasks that aren’t a priority.

 

  1. Take time for you. Whatever that means for you—meditate, drink your coffee outdoors, read a chapter from a book—do something that will excite and refresh you.

 

 

 

 

 

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