Feb 17, 2019

For young women who have just entered the working world, one of the most difficult things to master is the morning routine. This is an especially difficult adjustment for women who get a job fresh out of college. Gone are the days when you can roll out of bed at 9:30 and throw on your sweats for that 10 o’clock class. Getting ready for your job requires dedication, and some trial and error on your part. This article will help you eliminate the need for trial and error. These four helpful tips will make your morning routine so much easier and more productive.

Get Your Hair Ready In A Snap (Literally)

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Make Notes For Yourself

Oftentimes, we waste precious minutes each morning trying to remember what exactly it was we were supposed to do today. You can avoid this frustrating delay by making notes to yourself the night before. These could take the form of actual Post-It notes, or reminders on your calendar, or even text messages to yourself. The point is to make sure that when you wake up, you know exactly what you will need to do and think about in order to get ready for the day ahead. Actually, note-taking is a good habit to get into throughout the day.

Always Leave Things In The Same Spot

Have you ever had to call in to work and tell them that you will be late because you can’t find your purse, or your car keys? This sort of delay has probably happened to just about all of us at some point, but it can certainly be avoided. Always place such necessary items in the same spot, so that you will know exactly where you can find them in the morning. You may be surprised to see how much this simple step will reduce the stress of your morning routine.

Don’t Press That (Snooze) Button

Remember in college, when you could just press the snooze button several times in a row (much to the chagrin of your roommate)? It is time to get out of that habit. Pressing the snooze button once increases the temptation to press it again. And again. Before you know it, you are calling into work, telling them that you will be late. Better to set your alarm to a reasonable hour that gives you enough time to get ready each morning, and stick to that time consistently. It will make a huge difference.