Morning Routines For College Students: Tips For Success

Morning Routines For College Students: Tips For Success
  • Opening Intro -

    If you are like most college students, the thought of having to get up early for an 8 a.m. class is your worst nightmare.

-------------------------------------

Between your late-night study sessions and of course spending time hanging out with your friends, mornings can quickly become your worst enemy. However, if you follow these tips for success, you may find you can establish a morning routine that will shed a whole new light on the next sunrise.

Stop Hitting Snooze

Like more and more people today, you probably use your smartphone as your alarm clock. If so, it is way too easy for you to stay in bed and hit snooze over and over again.

While that five more minutes may seem worth it at the time, it is much better if you simply get up. Once you do, you’ll be able to get focused on your day ahead, enjoy a sunrise, and get more accomplished.

Don’t Skip Breakfast

For decades, breakfast has been touted as the most important meal of the day. Unfortunately, college students tend to ignore this advice and run off to class without eating.

If you do, you wind up sitting in class with a growling stomach, making it hard to concentrate. Instead, make it a point to have a good breakfast each morning.

One of my favorite things to eat in the morning is Kaiser rolls with cream cheese because it’s fast to make and really enjoyable. Plus, you can wrap a paper towel around it and eat it on your way out.

Of course, some people prefer other things like a bowl of cereal, or even some bacon and eggs, you’ll be amazed at how much better you feel.

Spend a Few Minutes Meditating

Since you usually have plenty of things that will take up your time during the day, take a few minutes to meditate once you wake up each morning.

Spending 5-10 minutes quietly pondering the day ahead and being thankful for all you have in your life, will help you relax and approach the day with a positive attitude.

other related articles of interest:

Exercise a Little Bit

Along with having a good breakfast to start your day, getting in a little bit of exercise can also be a great part of your morning routine. Whether you decide to jog around campus, take a brisk walk, or stay inside and ride a stationary bike, or use some dumbbells, exercising can get your body and mind feeling great before you head off to your first class.

While it may take a few days for you to get used to your new morning routine, once you do, you’ll wonder why you never took time in the past to eat a good breakfast, exercise, or meditate.

Image Credit: morning routines for college students by twenty20.com

end of post … please share it!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

end of post idea

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Helpful article? Leave us a quick comment below.
And please share this article within your social networks.

facebook linkedin pinterest

Amazon Affiliate Disclosure: SayCampusLife.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. The commission earnings are used to defray our cost of operation.

View our FTC Disclosure for other affiliate information.

Categories: Student Health

Write a Comment

<

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.