Take Back Your Mornings
Always frazzled in the a.m.? Find smart morning strategies, quick breakfast ideas, and other ways to speed up your daily routine.
Getting your family up and at ‘em is no small feat. Follow these simple tips to start the day on the right foot.
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Are your mornings too crazy? Use this list to check off tasks you can accomplish before bed to ease the morning rush.
- Lay out tomorrow’s clothes. Check the weather forecast and choose the appropriate clothing. Don’t forget shoes, jewelry, and accessories like stockings and belts.
- Prepare breakfast (and lunch) when possible. Prepping breakfast can be as simple as portioning out bags of fruit and nuts or placing pre-baked frozen muffins into the
refrigerator to defrost overnight. Make sure lunch—whether it’s a sandwich, homemade salad, or takeout leftovers—is also packed
up and ready to be grabbed and stashed in a handbag or briefcase.
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- Set the table for breakfast. If you’re planning to have a sit-down meal with the family instead of a grab-and-go option, lay out all the plates, silverware, and glasses so you’ll have one less thing to do in the morning.
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