Stay SUPER Energized While Pregnant!
How to Get Energized for the First Day of School
Go to bed early and try to get 9-10 hours of sleep.If you're awake at midnight, get up and chill out for a second, then try again. If you're awake at 2AM, don't worry too much; in the morning your body will kick in the adrenaline, which means you might not even be tired at all when you wake up.
When you wake up, immediately plug in your music player.Walking zombie-like in the silence as you get ready is just tiring. Some fast, upbeat music will help wake you up and get excited.
Immediately get into your day clothes.Procrastinating to change would make you feel uncomfortable and more tired. Change into the clothes you are going to wear, even if they aren't the most comfortable.
Eat breakfast.Make sure it's big and healthy -- you could even prepare some mix the night before and make pancakes. A better breakfast will help you feel more awake now and throughout the day. Make sure not to have too little or too much, as it will make you feel too weak ortooenergized.
If you shower in the morning, use some scented products to stimulate your senses.The warm water might feel like an invitation to drift off, so keep moving, and turn the temperature down a little if you find yourself getting sleepy.
Have an outfit laid out.Pick clothes that make you feel confident and attractive.
Take your time.Give yourself fifteen or so extra minutes in the morning after you're done to just sit and chill. Read a magazine or watch TV; remind yourself that you'll be home again before you know it.
Keep listening to upbeat music as you ride to school.
When you get to school, meet up with friends right away!Crack some jokes and gather support for each other.
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- Give yourself plenty of time to get ready in the morning. You might be able to get ready in ten minutes when your alarm clock doesn't ring, but having lots of time will help you relax.
- Think good thoughts.
- Calling a friend the night before to talk can help ease nerves. You're both going through the same things!
- If your parents are driving you, try not to just sit in fear as you go through the drop-off line. Read from a book or magazine and get your mind off it for a few seconds.
- Arrive at the bus stop five to ten minutes early--bus drivers usually don't come exactly on time on the first day.
- Set your alarm 5-10 minutes earlier, Then the time you want to get up, so that you're not sleeping in and wasting time, or move your alarm clock away from your bed so you HAVE to get up to turn it off.
- Reading a little before bed makes it easier to fall sleep. Don't watch television; this will stimulate your brain and make it harder to drift off.
- Get a good first impression. It might be tempting to wear a miniskirt and a super low-cut top on the first day, but remember that everyone is going to be looking at you today anyway--you don't want to get labeled as trashy. A miniskirt will also make you feel uncomfortable and exposed if you're not used to it.
- When the alarm rings, resist the temptation to hit Snooze. This will just make you more tired and irritated when you do get up, plus you'll lose time!
- Don't consume too much caffeine. A cup of coffee or tea is fine, but a can of Red Bull or any other energy drink would make you feel overly energized later.
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Date: 13.12.2018, 00:08 / Views: 45582