Mornings can signify the bright start of a brand new day. But for others, when your alarm clock rings, it’s a groggy mess of dragging yourself out of bed and heading straight to the coffee maker. Although not everyone is a morning person, starting your day positively is actually quite important. Studies show that when you begin your day in a positive mood, it increases your chances of remaining happy as the day progresses.
What you do in the morning can affect the rest of your day, so why start your day off by waking up on the wrong side of the bed? Creating good morning habits doesn’t necessarily mean you have to wake up at 6 a.m. to go to spin class or do a yoga routine before work; there are a few little things you can do that take just a few minutes, but can improve your mood, your performance, and your overall satisfaction with your day.
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