5 Morning Rituals for a Perfect Day

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Many of us have a habit problem, because we don’t have a system of morning rituals to stick to. Our day is full with tasks and chores, therefore we seldom forget the good habits.

Luckily there’s a simple solution for this problem.

If we stick to these short morning rituals, which will take no more than 15 minutes, our mornings will make us ready for the thought day that lies ahead. The think is to recognize which rituals should be part of your life.

1. Measure your weight – requested time: 1 minute.

We all know it’s not something you want to do every morning. But with regular weight measurement, it’s easy to set clear and healthy fitness goals. As well, it’s important to know that our weight changes on a daily basis, so we don’t worry if we notice different results. The most precise number we’ll get if we do this before putting anything in our mouths. This way we’ll know if we feed ourselves properly and how to take care of our health.


2. Drink a glass of warm water with lemon – requested time: 2 minutes.

Start the day with a glass of warm water with lemon. The water shouldn’t be cold, nor boiling, but warm. It’s best to squeeze an entire lemon in a juicer, which is the fastest and easiest way to make a healthy juice to start the day.  The warm later with lemon will wake us up faster, and with bringing a great deal of vitamins we reduce the hunger.

3. Taking a daily dose of vitamins – requested time: 3 minutes.

The most important of our morning rituals. Consuming a daily dose of vitamins is essential for everyone. A simple recipe like this will do the job: 1 apple (big or medium, any kind), 1 lemon, 4 celery stalks, 2 medium-sized carrots, parsley stalks 6-10 and 6-8 leaves of fresh mint. Put everything in a juicer add a lemon as well for Vitamin C. This healthy drink should provide us 2 to 3 hours of satiety. Enjoy!

4. Short meditation – requested time: 5 min.

Meditation is maintaining focus on one thing and blocking everything else that distract us. Meditation contributes to reducing stress, increasing creativity and better focus during the hassle of everyday life.

5. Consuming mint – required time: 2 min.

The mint is a lot more than just a breath re-freshener. It’s a natural cure for many diseases. We should start the morning with brushing our teeth with paste of mint, or putting essential oil of mint under our nostrils. Also we can chew a few leaves of fresh mint. Another reason why we recommend mint is because it’s improving the mental alertness and it’s a natural stimulant for our memory.

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