My Morning Routine

My Morning Routine

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  • Rising on time
  • Taking a bath
  • Eating breakfast
  • The most important and the most difficult step. I still find this step very hard sometimes because lately I've been a late riser, but it's always energizing and refreshing to wake up early in the morning. Being an early riser also means I could accomplish many things throughout the day, thus helps me become more productive.
  • Doing chores
  • This is also one of the harder steps. Standing up to take a bath is just as hard as deciding to wake up as the morning alarm sounds. This pandemic I have been quite lazy when it comes to taking showers but upon realizing the importance of self discipline now more than ever, I made it a habit to just take a shower first thing in the morning.
  • Getting on with the day's work
  • They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, I didn't always believe that, but now I do. Scientifically speaking, it really isn't. But superstitiously I believe it is, because it actually improves my mood and overall outlook throughout the day. Breakfast is a crucial part of my morning routine, and it's all the more better when you're the one preparing it.
  • Break
  • After eating, I always make it a habit to immediately wash the dishes. At home we all have our assigned chores, and this was mine. this is also a way to avoid the dishes from stacking up which will later be more discouraging to wash.
  • Then I face my Gadgets and get some school work done. On Mondays and Tuesdays, which is when we usually have synchronous classes, this is when I take my classes. 
  • After 2 or 3 classes, I take a break. I grab snacks or lunch and at the same time watch Youtube. After a while I take a quick nap and later continue on my school works.
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