How you start your morning can set the tone for your entire day. It can mean the difference between a super-productive work day, and a painfully sluggish one. For some, a few rounds of snoozing and a strong cup of coffee is the only way to go; for others, it's all about rising at dawn and hitting the gym before work.
Discover one morning ritual each of these successful women have:
She gets up at 5am and drives to an Ashtanga yoga class
At least 15 minutes of yoga before she leaves the house each morning
Up at 5 a.m, Kayla starts her day with a protein packed breakfast and cup of berry tea
According to an interview Ms Bishop did with Fairfax, she works 20-hour days, gets four hours of sleep – but requests an hour of personal time each morning for exercise.
Get's up early listening to music (Beyoncé, Tyga, Drake, Jay-Z . . .) to get motivated to go to the gym, while she sips on green tea!
Sets her alarm for 3am, followed by about 20 minutes of watching Sky News to get up to date with the overnight news and try and wake the heck up
6:30 a.m. wake up to warm lemon water and a quite meditation session, then a quick workout and her one-a-day coffee
Coffee. Coffee. Coffee.
Hitting the gym for a spin class
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