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Grateful for my Good Health!

Published on 8/6/2012
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I’m so very thankful my parents helped to create organization and structure into our childhood. Since my early days, my sister and I were groomed to be totally prepared for every school day. In the evenings, lunches for my father and ourselves were completed. My mother also made sure our clothes were together for the next school day, the night before. Mostly to ensure that we never scrambled, wasting time trying to figure out what we’d wear or what we’d eat for lunch. My mom always had a hot, hearty breakfast waiting for us after our showers. Then after we had breakfast, we would walk to school (Elementary). Even in high school, we had the same routine. This organization helped me in my college and adult life as well. Now while some of you reading this maybe morning people and others of you possibly are night owls, I’m actually both – go figure. For me, proper preparation saved loads of time. However, If you are the type who hasn’t quite mastered this level of morning organization but want to remodel mornings for a smooth weekend to weekday transition, here are 5 tips that can make life a bit easier for you. 1) Have your bag together the night before: Whether it’s your gym clothes for your AM workout or your mid-day meal, if you lay out clothing articles or snacks before bed-time, it will make a huge difference. 2) Try NOT to start your day with alarm snoozes: If you’re anything like me, going to bed close to or after midnight, you don’t really get that necessary 8hrs of sleep. As you and I both know, there are immense benefits from starting your day refreshed and ready to rock and roll, plus it puts you in a better mood all around. 3) Drink plenty of water: I read in a health book some years ago that when you drink a glass of water before bed and as soon as you rise, it helps with digestion and helps you get a more restful sleep. Plus having a properly hydrated body minimizes chances of disease, helps with weight loss and tons of other health benefits. 4) Start your day with positive thoughts: I make it my business to do an affirmation as soon as I rise from the bed (and definitely before my feet hit the floor). Fill your headspace at the beginning your day with something positive. Think of all the things you are grateful for, like waking up to see another glorious day or making this day your most successful one. These types of thought processes will steer you to a day of wonderful opportunities and /or blessings. Lastly, make time for breakfast: It’s so true that this meal is the most important of the day. My breakfast is pretty simple, two hardboiled eggs. This is a meal that’s got bang for the buck and I’ve worked it out like a high-level science. As my eggs boil, I shower and get dressed. By the time the eggs cool, I then crack, salt and put them in a container for my exit out the door. For now, my sit-down version of breakfast is my tush in the seat of my car. However, to my advantage, my commute to work is one filled with beautiful trees, geese feeding on grass and a view of a vast waterway. So I enjoy a stress free 20 minute commute. Hope these tips have helped you create organization and a Stress-Free Morning! Many blessings! Indira Wilburn 267.297.1557 www.My90ForLife.com/IndiraW Follow me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HealthAmbassadorIndiraWilburn and on Twitter @MsDebtFreeDiva
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