Some Tips to Simplify Your Mornings


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Share on: Cut out screen time.. Yes, TV or an iPad will occupy the kids during breakfast. But they’ll eat their cereal slower as Prepare for afterschool activities.. The night before, go over what (if anything) is planned after school. If your Keep breakfast simple.. You don’t have to whip. When that night comes, you will want something new and fresh, not what has been in your drawer for over a year.

Minimize your hair products. Do you really need 3 brushes? Clearing this area makes finding what you need in the mornings much faster. These are just a few of the things you can utilize to make your morning go smoother. Making a few changes to simplify your morning routine is really all it takes.

Small steps in the right direction add up to a huge amount of time saved (and big happiness boosts too)! 2. Lock in breakfast & lunch ahead of time. Reduce your daily decision making and simplify your grocery shopping by creating a seven or 14-day breakfast schedule. For instance, serve scrambled eggs and toast on Monday or muffins and yogurt. If you blow out your hair at night, pull it up with a good old 80’s scrunchie on top of your head.

It will help to add volume, keep style tame and the scrunchie is less likely to crease your hair, like a traditional hair band. Go to bed at a reasonable hour. Set your alarm and place it away from your bed so you have to get up to turn it off.

Make more time in your morning! 1. Do Double Duty. Look for products that can be used in two ways.

Try Artistry Ideal Radiance CC Cream — brighten, 2. Skip Sharpeners. Don’t waste time sharpening eye, brow, and lip pencils. Switch to an automatic pencil like Artistry 3. Ditch False Lashes.

10 Ways to Simplify Your Mornings Cut out screen time.. Yes, TV or an iPad will occupy the kids during breakfast—but they’ll eat their cereal slower as Keep breakfast simple.. You don’t have to whip up an omelet from scratch—though scrambled eggs, whole-wheat toast and Wake up before the. Shaving even a few minutes off your beauty and hygiene routine can be a big help on busy mornings. Instead of washing and blow-drying your hair every single morning, use dry shampoo to make your hairstyle last an extra day. Another time-saving beauty tip is to invest in multi-tasking products. You need to rest long enough in order to be productive and active during your day and this means going to sleep at a reasonable time, depending on what time you have to wake up the next day.

The optimal sleeping time is usually 7-8 hours at least. Plan ahead and wake up early enough depending on what you need to do. Prep Breakfast The Night (Or Several Days) Before.

Preparing breakfast the night (or even several days before) I’m going to eat it is the biggest time saver for me and pretty much the only way I can ensure I’ll eat something healthy first thing in the morning.

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I’ve found that getting up when the alarm goes off (versus hitting the snooze button too many times!) puts me in control of my day.

“Loving God with All Your Mind” by Elizabeth George
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Step 4: Upon waking each morning, we can train ourselves to think of five things we’re grateful for before getting out of bed to set the right tone for the day.

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I always set three alarm clocks, and I lay out my clothes the night before, and I even put toothpaste on my toothbrush before I go to bed so that I can brush my teeth quickly in the morning!

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Notice the first three things you do each morning.

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More early mornings are a must, too.

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“True, you will be rising an hour earlier, eating breakfast an hour earlier, getting to work an hour earlier and going to bed an hour earlier.

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Dry mornings should result in positive recognition (praise, a calendar, incentives).

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The key to my mornings is order.

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Setting an intention in the morning is also a good way to set the tone for your day.

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  • Hello mam… I have a request..
    I do not know if I would be asking you something out of the box, I personally feel very motivated seeing your videos specially the ‘dream big’ video.. can you please speak about rehki and make a video on it…

  • I want to start decluttering my space right now, but because of coronavirus, the thrift stores and donation sites are closed. Do you have any tips on how to declutter when you can’t recycle them? Or how to recycle clothes, shoes, books ect. in other ways? I love your content by the way, it is so motivational!

  • Great tips for especially like myself with 7 th grader, 10th grader grandchildren and their mom living here. To husband and adult son with stay at home. My daughter works from home. My husband goes in. But everyone finds the skill to know I’m the go to. When’s dinner to where are you! Quiet time, hydrate and focus!

  • Hello Ashlynne!, I’m Mariana, I have to confess that is the first time that I see youtube videos in English. I’m study the language in a platform name Voxy and I enjoy the classes and make me the confidence to see this videos for the first time. I love your channel. I sometimes use the subtitles for understaing some words or expressions that I don’t know. I’m a suscriber now!, thank you for your wonderful ideas.

  • I am a slight minimalistic person…… I go thru my entire house at least every 3 or 4 months and throw away multiple trash bags full of stuff or donate and dont like to take in or buy things that I dont truly believe would be loved……. And in my personal opinion, I do not want to upset anyone because I’m not meaning this in a rude way at all like I said I am a very minimalistic person but in my opinion I think that a lot of minimalism is really more of OCD issues then it is mindfulness and that doesn’t go for everybody but I think it does for a lot of people including myself for me even though I want to be a mindful person I think it has more to do with the fact that I don’t like clutter and I don’t like things that are just sitting around the house that are not going to be used���� does anyone else feel this way?

  • My biggest issue is decluttering. I love art and antiques, and I am an artist. This has been a big challenge for me for which I have been working one for 5 years. Truckloads, literally, truckloads of wagons, harnesses, furniture, antiques, etc have left the farm and home. But the trick is, is don’t replace it. Still failing on this so your videos are now a much watch for me! I think the biggest problem I have is how much time it takes to move things on. CL, eBay, Etsy, etc. take soooo much time. I wish I could have a garage sale and just move things on, but nowadays that is too risky. It would be easier for me to let it go fast than to take so long!

  • 50 things, 100 things, 200 things..
    I guess we should try minimalism while sharing content..
    Coz this big number creates a lot of compasrion and content is good��

  • My last child will be out of the house next month. It’s about time to declutter and simplify my life from 22 years of having kids at home and STUFF everywhere.

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  • I just paused your video for 5 minutes to delete some pictures on my phone. That felt so good! �� Thank you very much for this one �� now I can work on that every day and don‘t feel overwhelmed and quit ��

  • Everything sounded great except the airplane mode when sleeping. The few times my phone accidentally was turned to silent, an emergency happened and people were desperately trying to get a hold of me. So that can end up being a real regret that you will have to live with.

  • Excellent advice. I’ve been on this journey for over a year, but hearing your tips in such a concise manner helps me reevaluate where I am now in the journey. Thank you!

  • I seriously donno…. howcome it will be possible for you to come home at one o clock… n after that cooking… means at wht time yo will be having lunch

  • I need to to listen to your handbag tip I always take far too much like I’m on a 10 mile hike with no shops or signs of civilisation!