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You wouldn’t want to show up to school without your homework, or give a presentation without being prepared, and like those times in your life, you want to start off the day prepared. The more prepared you are, the better the day is.
Get your Tools Together
Every night, try to think about what you will need for tomorrow. A clean outfit, food, your favorite soda, a full tank of gas… Focus on what matters the most to a good day, such as the morning cup of coffee. Think about your schedule and plan for time crunches such as trying to have dinner ready within a half hour of getting home from work. Maybe it’s a crockpot day that requires early morning preparation.
Get your Stuff Together
Being organized can make your day go so much smoother. Knowing where to find items can save time, money, and some sanity. Clutter can create stress, and a clean working environment gives a peace of mind.
Get Yourself Together
A good night’s sleep, a healthy body, and a sound mind are essential to having a good day. Not only do you start off with the ability to tackle on the day’s events at full speed, but you also increase your productivity and effectiveness when it comes to problem solving and tackling obstacles. Do you ever notice that a day is harder on you when you are sick? Sometimes silent illnesses such as mild dehydration will do the same, in addition to a body in need of nutrients or exercise.
Take a look at any one of your bad days. How could many of the problems been avoided?