The 5 coffee rituals you need to be doing before lunch are:
1) Wake up earlier
2) Say no to caffeine
3) Stress less over what you eat for breakfast
4) Exercise more without feeling guilty about time spent away from work and family
5) Nap on a regular basis
- Wake up earlier
Caffeine is a stimulant. Stimulants do what you expect them to – they stimulate you. The “high’ that caffeine gives you is actually just your body’s natural response to the drugs it contains, and without it, you’ll feel worse than before.
If you’re feeling sluggish in the morning, allowing yourself a little extra sleep can make all the difference.
- Say no to caffeine
Caffeine is a stimulant. Stimulants do what you expect them to – they stimulate you. The “high’ that caffeine gives you is actually just your body’s natural response to the drugs it contains, and without it, you’ll feel worse than before. If you’re feeling sluggish in the morning, allowing yourself a little extra sleep can make all the difference.
- Stress less over what you eat for breakfast
You don’t need to stress about what you eat in the mornings – in fact, it’s best if you don’t. A bowl of cereal or a healthy smoothie that you put some thought into isn’t going to kill your diet. Meanwhile, skipping breakfast entirely is only going to make you hungrier and more likely to overeat later in the day.
- Exercise more without feeling guilty about time spent away from work and family
People always talk about the health benefits of exercise, but the truth is that many people feel guilty about taking time away from work or family to fit it in. Don’t let this be you – if exercising makes you happy, take an extra half hour out of your morning to do it. It will make all the difference, and won’t cost you any time elsewhere since most exercise can be done before breakfast
- Nap on a regular basis
Never underestimate the power of a good nap. For those who struggle to get enough rest at night, napping can be an excellent way to catch up and prepare for the day ahead. But don’t just grab any old extra hour – part of making it effective is planning ahead and taking well-timed naps.
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