Eight Morning Habits of Happy People

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From: Hack Spirit
Ever wonder why some people are just happier than others?
Would you like to be THAT happy?
Here are 8 tips from Hack Spirit that happy people do in the morning.
The world often seems to be divided into two types of people. There are those that drag themselves out of bed in the morning and can’t speak before their third cup of coffee, and then there are the people that wake up so full of energy they have an hour workout in before 6 AM.
So what is the secret of “morning people”? How can you harness that energy to create happiness in your daily routine?
A mindfulness expert recently revealed his 8 essential habits of morning people that unlock the secret to waking up happy and ready to face the day ahead. I’ve summarized his most important points below:

1. They Always Make Time for Breakfast

Your mom always told you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and she was right! People that eat breakfast within a half hour of waking stabilize their blood sugar levels and give their bodies the fuel they need to start the day.

2. They Take Time to Connect to a Spiritual Path

Whether you identify as spiritual or religious, connecting to the source of your guiding power is a daily practice for happy people. Meditate, read scripture, or simply take a few deep breaths and honor the spirit within you. Connecting spiritually centers your mind and body, setting the tone for a joyful day.
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