Want to make a perfect start to your day? Here are three tips from a doctor

Many of us struggle to manage our time for our careers, relationships, family and other obligations. In fact, many people here in Perth feel like they’re constantly playing catch up having not enough time to achieve their personal and professional roles. Luckily we can turn around by changing how your start your day with morning routines.

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Morning routine

You probably have heard some news or read some articles about successful people who are also early risers. For these successful people, the quite early morning hours are their time to focus on a set of routine to start your day off right.

Mornings are truly the best time to think and plan ahead for the rest of the day and for the future. Hence, if your morning routine is not yet designed to maximise productivity, then you are missing an opportunity to boost your performance both in life and in career.

The first few hours of the work day can have a significant effect on your level of productivity. Without some morning routines to kick start your day, you will have hard time hitting the desk.

With a solid foundation and established pre-work routine at home, you will also have a good night sleep. Then, a good night sleep will keep you wake up well rested, throw in a nice stretch or short bit of exercise.

A moment of peace can be a moment well-spent. Meditate for at least 10 minutes everyday and have thinking about how things are going, what you’ve been accomplishing, and what you’d like to get done that day. Reacquaint yourself with your to-do list. Pause for a second and engage. If your mind is clear from stress and disturbances, your work day will be much more bearable this way because you will be in charge of managing the day.

Continue reading at: https://www.watoday.com.au/business/workplace/want-to-make-a-perfect-start-to-your-day-here-are-three-tips-from-a-doctor-20190102-p50p7x.html

Friday, January 4th, 2019 Perth News