Sleepy with a busy life.
"Being tired isn't a temporary thing for me anymore; it's literally in-bedded into my personality." Change your morning routine and see how it can change not only your day, but possibly your life.
Start the moment you wake up. Move your alarm across the room so you have to get out of bed and won't hit snooze. Physically getting out of bed will immediately wake your body. Now that you're out of bed, open your blinds. Sunlight is a natural alarm for our bodies. Sun's up, bottoms up; drink a glass of water when you get out of bed. Water fires up your metabolism, hydrates you, helps your body flush out toxins, gives your brain fuel, and may even make you eat less. Next, make your bed. It's the first task of the day that you've completed and will encourage you to do more. Navy Admiral McRaven said "It's about making your bed right and walking away and going, "OK, that's good. That looks good. I'm, as simple as it sounds, I'm proud of this little task I did." And that is really what I think sets the tone for the rest of the day." Make a morning sound track. Music wakes you up, makes you feel more confident, and can inspire you to have a cheerful day. Most importantly, don't forget to break the fast. The first meal of the day really is the most important. Consuming more calories in the morning and fewer as the day goes on is an effective way to maintain a healthy weight. Add a banana to your morning, it contains carbs, natural sugar, amino acids, and brain-boosting vitamins. Your morning can determine the vibe for the rest of the day. Try these tips everyday for 21 days to form the best habits of your life. Watch how changing your morning will also improve your work ethic and job performance.