Adapting A Healthy Routine

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Early Riser
Early Riser

Since coming back from the vacations with my parents and siblings, I have adopted a very healthy routine. I was never the one to follow a daily regime to the last zero, but this time I am doing it and I am really proud of my self.

My day starts at 4 o’clock in the morning, yes 4 AM. I know it makes many eyes looking weirdly at me. Who wakes up at 4 AM in the morning these days. Lol, but I do.

I won’t lie, it was pretty hard initially, I was even feeling grouchy and tired in the early days, but with time my body clock adapt the routine and now I am a proud early morning riser no matter at what time I sleep but I try to be in bed by 10 every night.

Photo by Sadeep Sasanka Photography from Pexels
Photo by Sadeep Sasanka Photography from Pexels

I can count many benefits of waking up early that I used to hear a lot from my father and now realize the value of all those early morning scoldings (even though my early morning means waking up after 9 in those days).

I work out for 1 hour daily now (soon will be writing about my work out routine too). I got to enjoy the precious morning views that the daily hustle bustle and fast life destroys later in the day. My brain works better in the morning when it is not tired so I come up with more ideas not just about the blog but on my real life work also.

So what I am doing that helps me to wake up that early. Here are a few tips:

  • Sleep early at night – waking up early does not mean depriving your body of the required beauty sleep, so try to fix a time and be in bed by then.
  • Drink a glass of water before sleeping – yes it really works, in the morning when your bladder will be screaming and you will have a dire need to pee, you will definitely jump out of the cosy bed.
  • Give Your body some time to Adapt – Don’t conclude ‘it is not for me’ on the first or second day. Your body needs time to adjust after following a particular routine for a long time. So try slowly but dedication is a must.

So let me know if you are an early riser or would like to be one.  Tipping the thought with this lovely outfit that has:

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Rachel Parcell Puff Sleeve Dress
Rachel Parcell Puff Sleeve Dress

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