The way we begin our morning sets the tone for the entire day.
I wanted to update you guys on what my current morning routine looks like.
I have my alarm set for 5:00 AM. However, I always wake up before my alarm goes off. I start my mornings by turning the lamp on my nightstand on. Then I cuddle with Oliver until my alarm goes off. When I finally muster the energy to get out of bed. I brush my teeth, pull my hair up into a ponytail, and get dressed to go to the gym. Before I leave for the gym, I always make my bed. Personally, I like having my bed made. It’s just visually satisfying, every time I walk into my room and see that the bed is made.
I try to get to the gym by 6:00 AM. On the way there, I like to listen to a motivational podcast on my iPhone. When I get to the gym, I workout for about three hours. That’s a long training session, I know. If you’re interested in reading more about my workout routine. I will write about it in a future blog post.
When I get home from the gym. I head straight into the kitchen and make myself a protein shake. I’m obsessed with Premier Protein’s Chocolate Whey Protein Powder. I use to drink their RTDs. However, I recently found the whey protein powder. So I’ve been using the protein powder instead. It’s a lot cheaper versus buying the four pack RTDs and it tastes exactly the same.
After, I drink my protein shake. Since I’m already sweaty and gross from the gym. I like to take this time to feed Oliver and clean out his litter box. Next, I take a shower and change into a pair of Soffe shorts and a t-shirt. Then, I go into the kitchen and make myself breakfast. Lately, for breakfast I’ve been having egg whites mixed with spinach, a bowl of oatmeal, and strawberry greek yogurt.
By 10:00 AM, I am ready to get my day started.
For more of my routines see these other posts,
I filmed my morning routine on my YouTube channel to compliment this blog post. You can watch it below.
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