Wouldn’t it be a lovely if you could you feel accomplished within half an hour of waking up in the morning? Tick off these four things first thing and you’ll start your day with a bang.
A new day can bring many things – sometimes too many – and rather than feeling refreshed and excited to kickstart another morning you may feel overwhelmed with the tasks ahead of you.
But rather than looking at your to-do list and panicking over how you’ll get it all done pop these four things at the top and know by the time you have breakfast you’ll have completed a handful of healthy accomplishments.
You don’t have to get to the spa to give your skin some VIP treatment. Looking in the mirror and seeing a reflection with glowing, youthful skin is sure to put a smile on your face. So after cleansing your skin grab your little bottle of Lumity’s Skin Nutrients Facial Oil and spend a couple of minutes using A-list facialist Nichola Joss’ at home facial massage.
Lunging for your phone the second you wake up is likely to cause you more stress as you react to all those emails – which really can wait!
Instead take 10 minutes to shut your eyes and breath. Meditation doesn’t have to be done in a room with incense. Headspace co-founder and former monk Andy Puddicombe insists “just doing nothing” can do wonders for your mind and body.
Even before you’ve whipped up a bowl of heart healthy porridge or protein packed scrambled eggs you can give your body a nourishing boost by taking Lumity Day supplements. With all the natural minerals and vitamins they contain you’ll be giving your hair, skin, nails and your overall wellbeing a very bright start.
Carrying around the worry of when you’re going to fit in your exercise all day can be a burden. But by doing a mini workout first thing you’ve already got a bit of it out of the way.
Lack of time shouldn’t stop you from getting in your daily exercise. If you don’t have a whole half hour to get moving then break up your workout into manageable chunks. Celebrity trainer Niki Wibrow says bite-sized 10-15 minute workouts two or three times a day can still get you the results you want.
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