Making morning habits stick

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Starting your morning with a low-impact workout boosts mental clarity and mood for the rest of the day. (Image courtesy of Big Stock Photo)

Rise and shiney, don’t be whiney! As more people return to the office, here are some suggestions on how to become more of a morning person.

Life coach Mhairi Todd says, “Ask yourself, ‘What am I going to use this extra time for? What am I going to gain from this?’ She stresses that change is hard, so suddenly jumping out of bed at the crack of dawn won’t be easy.

Other ways to accomplish your early rising routine include going to bed earlier, getting a good night’s sleep and starting your day with exercise.

And remember, attitude is everything.

Vikki Locke, C2 Communications, The SWFL 100