5 Ways To Start Your Morning Right

One of the hardest things to do is get up in the morning and feel good about the day. This is the case whether you are a morning person or not – even morning people have trouble getting up and facing the day sometimes. You want to get the morning off to the best possible start, and the start that you have for your day is going to make a world of difference. You want to ensure that you get it right the first time, and implementing the right routine is going to make a huge difference to you.


So, with this in mind, we have put together some of the best ways that you can ensure that you make your day a good one from the moment that you wake up in the morning. Let’s dive right in.

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  1. Drink. Water is the best thing that your body needs to hydrate and be nourished properly, so getting up and drinking a glass of water should be the first thing that you do when you wake up in the morning. You’ve gone without water for hours on end and you need to hydrate to get your brain woken up for the day and to feed your skin with the right moisture. It doesn’t have to be icy cold water, either; it can be lukewarm, which is palatable first thing in the morning. Getting up right away and drinking a delicious glass of water will kick off your day right.
  2. Stretch. Some people like to get up and run, or get up and go for a cycle. You don’t have to be one of those people if you don’t want to be. Instead, you can work on getting up and starting your day with stretching. You can move your body and make your muscles feel properly worked, and when you do, you will feel as if you are starting the day properly. Stretching your muscles will help you to combat the exhaustion that you have from sleep, and it will mean that you are better able to concentrate first thing in the morning.
  3. Fuel. Your body needs to have something to fuel it beyond water in the morning. You may not want a heavy breakfast, but that’s okay as breakfast doesn’t have to be a heavy affair. You can start your day juicing with recipes from goodnature.com, you can even start with protein-filled eggs and bacon. No matter what you do, you can start your day with the fuel that tastes delicious and makes you feel good.
  4. Goals. Every morning, sit down and write a list of things that you want to achieve for the day. You can then tick things off as you go along, feeling accomplished along the way. It may not be for everyone, but it can help you to feel far more organized for the day ahead of you.
  5. Shower. Lastly, if you have the means to shower in the morning, get under the water and enjoy the invigorating blast on your skin. You can wake yourself up better when you shower first thing in the day, and you can start the day feeling fresh.


  1. I am such a morning person. I taught fitness classes at 5:30 a.m. for many years. I still love to get up in the morning and exercise.

  2. Great tips and I love a brisk walk to get the blood pumping 🙂

  3. I am a morning person and need my coffee first thing.

  4. This is almost a list of my day the only thing I don’t do is set Goals. Retired so my day is as full or as not as I want it. I am a morning person eyes open between 5:30 to 6:00 and ready to move

  5. I know what you mean. Mornings are rough for me. I feel like a robot.

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