Ever wonder how those super successful people seem to get so much done? Whilst here we are, half way through our to-do list and crying out for a nap at 3pm.
Here’s three simple steps to get your days started in the best possible way. The rest will follow!
1. Make the most of your morning.
What is the one thing most successful people have in common? They embrace an early start!
Waking up early gives you the time to think before the buzz of the day begins. It’s the time you need to be using to lay out your priorities for the day ahead and really take control.
Did you know, Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz gets up at 4:30am to fit in a workout and of course, to make some fresh coffee to start the day.
Consider picking yourself up a crisp new note book and take five minutes to make a quick list in the mornings. This will help you remember all the things you want to get done and give you some motivation to get going.
2. Make Time for Exercise.
In addition to the overall health and fitness benefits, studies have shown that moderate-intensity exercise for at least 20 minutes produces a mental and emotional boost that can last up to 12 hours! This making you more clear-headed and productive.
Don't belong to a gym? Take a look at our guide to choosing the right health club in Ashford town centre.
3. Eat a Healthy Breakfast.
You know what they say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Don’t forget to fuel your body properly for the morning ahead and make sure you squeeze in those energy packed fruit and veggies too.
There are plenty of great places to pick up a hearty breakfast in Ashford town centre. We've even compiled a list of our 7 Loveashford favourites to help you find something tasty and filling!
A cup of fresh coffee in the morning may pack more than just an energy boost too. More and more research is is now suggesting that there may be several health benefits associated with drinking coffee, from helping prevent diabetes to lowering the risk of liver disease.
So make sure you are leaving time for a cup or two, I think we can do that ... don’t you?