The ideal morning routine for someone who hates mornings
Kelly LaffeyMay 9, 2018, 20:07 IST
Altering your current morning routine can help you minimize stress and be more productive throughout your day.
A morning routine can make you more productive and set you up for success all day.
Designing your morning routine to minimize stress can make it easier to get up in the morning if you're not usually a morning person.
Experiment with the below tips to find a morning schedule that works for you.
I straddle the line between being a night owl and an early bird. Although you won't find me sleeping through the day, I have a tough time jumping out of bed each morning.
But sometimes I wonder if not taking advantage of the mornings could be hampering my success. It's well-documented that some of the most successful people, including Apple CEO Tim Cook and Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck, are early risers, beginning their respective days at or before 4 a.m., according to The Wall Street Journal.
I've found that the key to reaping the benefits of being a morning person is to plan ahead. Once I developed a morning routine, I was able to have a stress-free start that in turn mentally set me up for success as the day progressed.
Read on for tips for an ideal morning routine for someone who hates mornings: