essay on how i help my mother in kitchen No one in my house is a morning person. In fact, everyone in my house dislikes waking up early and getting out of bed.
page You might say for this reason, our mornings are always rushed. Here are a few tips for getting yourself out the door in a relatively calm fashion, even when mornings aren’t your favorite time of day.
1. Be as organized as possible. Having to look for things not only makes you late, it makes you stressed. If you know where everything is, your day will start much easier.
3. Set the timer on your coffee pot and eat a make ahead breakfast. Mufflets, pictured above, can be taken out of the freezer, popped in the microwave, and eaten on the go. Overnight oats is a good option too.
4. Put any bags you’ll need to take either in your vehicle the night before, or by the front door. This helps you to not forget things you need to take.
go site And lastly, don’t forget to look at your calendar/planner/to do list each night to see what you need to do the following day.
go to link Have a wonderful day!
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