COFFEE & SLEEP
These two things sort of go hand in hand with each other. One, try and get enough sleep every night, that’s right, no staying up late in bed scrolling down your phone, or watching an extra episode of that show you’ve began binge watching on netflix. Get at least eight hours sleep and give your brain and body the time they need to recharge so that you’ll be ready to get going the next day. Two, drink some coffee. Drinking coffee in the morning is something I’ve probably talked about on my blog way too many times and whilst it may be starting to sound a little repetitive, I can’t praise it enough. I know coffee isn’t everyone’s ideal drink, but for me having a nice cup of coffee in the morning is the thing which can turn me from ‘newly awoken beast’ to ‘calm awake teenager’ and is definitley something which helps to get me in a better mood every morning.
Do I work out? No. Do I try and stay as active as possible during my every day life? Yes. I’m not really the type of person to do an actual work out. As much as I’d love to begin going to the gym and getting more fit, I just don’t have the time. If like me you don’t have the time to necessarily do a full blown work out then staying as active and on your feet as you can throughout the day is a great place to start when you want to just try and stay that little bit more healthy! Rather than taking the short route because it’s easier, take the longer route and go for that extra walk. Rather than driving to the shop, go for a walk, take the dog and make it a nice little trip! There are so many different things that we could all do throughout each day to just stay that little bit fitter than we would be otherwise.
BREAK YOUR ROUTINE
These are just a few of so many different ways you can lift your mood when you’re stuck feeling a bit glum. What are your favourite things to do to cheer yourself up?
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