Embracing Early Mornings…
5 reasons to get up early in the morning
We can scoff at the early risers, those who have very well established sleep routines, who go to bed at the same time every night to help themselves get into the habit of waking up earlier, but in reality we should be envious of them. The benefits of getting up early in the mornings are often reported after studies have been carried out to determine just how much more ‘successful’ early risers are than those who prefer a liein the answer? Much more successful. Need more convincing before you reset your alarm? Just think of…
If you find that you never have the time to read the books you actually want to read, having instead to read through reports or send emails during your commute in the mornings, just imagine how many books you could end up reading in a year, simply by getting up just an hour earlier in the mornings!
Never tried yoga before? Most likely because you don’t have the time and who wants to head to a class after a long day at work instead of heading home? Rise just that little bit earlier in the mornings and you’ll have time to fit in what could soon become your new favourite hobby and meet some new faces too. Why not try the Sky High Yoga in the Sky Garden one morning?
You’ve probably heard it a hundred times, but breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, and if you’re skipping it because you’re in a rush or don’t have time, it’s time to ditch the midweek lie in! Only the early risers can enjoy watching the sunrise from the 40th floor whilst tucking into a hearty breakfast at the Duck & Waffle why not join them?
If you wake up thinking you’re going to have a stressful day, you probably will. We all have weeks where work or life becomes an arduous task, but imagine if you were able to start each day calm and energised, ready to take on whatever is thrown at you. Meditation is the perfect way to centre yourself in the mornings, so why not try waking up just 15 minutes earlier to fit it in?
Do you constantly feel like you’re rushing around like a headless chicken? Perhaps it is because you’re not giving yourself enough time to fit in everything you need or want to. Getting up a little earlier each day will enable you to slow things down, savour the enjoyable moments throughout the day and tackle the challenges feeling more focused and level headed!