Create A Routine That Can Help You Live Smarter

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Whether you have already kicked your New Year’s resolution to the curb or you are looking to get started a tad late, the best way to form better habits is simply just starting now. If you are looking for ways to live your days smarter not harder, check out these tips.

Don’t Hit Snooze

Starting the day productive simply begins with getting out of bed as soon as your alarm goes off. Don’t hit the snooze button because it’s time to conquer your to-do list.

Plank Out of Bed

To set the tone of the day, many like to do something to move their body as soon as their feet hit the ground. Not only will you hit the ground running (literally) with productivity, but doing something like a few yoga moves, a plank, or a few crunches is sure to get your mind right.

Fuel Your Body and Mind

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? Without it, you will fall into a slump with zero energy by 10:00 a.m., or simply just find yourself starving before lunch. Fuel your body and mind with a protein-packed breakfast. From an omelet to oatmeal or even peanut butter toast, eat something that will stick with you until your lunch break.

Get Outside

Most of us have no option but to spend the majority of our time indoors because of school or work. Whenever you have time, whether it’s 20 minutes between conference calls or walking to get the kids off the bus, spend that time wisely and get your daily dose of sunshine and vitamin D.

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Prioritize Family Dinner

It’s important to make time for the family each day, and usually, the best time to do so is setting a time for family dinner. Whip up something simple, set the table, and enjoy a 30 minute meal time with your loved ones. Have everyone go around the table to discuss something that happened throughout their day.

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