I Asked 5 People About Their Favorite Morning Routine, And Caffeine Is A BIG Commonality
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I Asked 5 People About Their Favorite Morning Routine, And Caffeine Is A BIG Commonality

Are you a morning person?

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I Asked 5 People About Their Favorite Morning Routine, And Caffeine Is A BIG Commonality
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I asked my very close friends what their morning routine is. New year, new morning routine, right? Their routines ranged from working out, to watching TikTok, to drinking a large cup of coffee to get their day going. If you're getting bored with your morning routine, maybe these ideas can help you spark new ones!

1. The Breakfast Routine

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"I usually wake up around 9 and go on social media. Then I get up, brush my teeth, and get on my workout clothes. I try to work out every day because it makes me feel accomplished. After that, I make my favorite breakfast. I make 2 eggs and put them on a rice cake with avocado and hummus! Breakfast is my favorite part of my morning because food is my BEST FRIEND."

2. The Skin Care Routine

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"I wake up around 11 and start my day off by drinking an extra-large cup of coffee. Then I do my favorite skincare routine. My favorite product is Hyaluronic Acid 2%B5 serum by The Ordinary because it helps a lot with stubborn acne. I think my skincare routine is the most important part of my morning because I like to feel refreshed when I start my day. After that, I go downstairs and make breakfast!"

3. The Extra Productive Routine

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"I wake up around 10 and check my notifications on my phone. Then I get up, make my bed, and clean my room. After I make my room look spotless, I go downstairs and start making breakfast. While I'm doing so, I start to plan out which kind of workout I want to do later. My favorite type of workouts are leg and glute focused weightlifting. I feel super accomplished after a long, hard workout in the morning."

4. The Chill Morning Routine

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"I like to wake up around 9/10ish and go on TikTok (you have to start your day off with some good TikTok laughs). Then I wash my face, put my contacts in, and go for a morning run. When I come back from my run, I go right to Starbucks! I order a medium roast coffee with almond milk with sweet creamer. Drinking coffee is my favorite part of my morning because it gives me a burst of energy that helps me start the morning off with a boost."

5. The Motivational Routine

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"I wake up pretty early because I have to go to work, UGH. Before work, I clean my room and do my laundry while listening to my favorite Podcast. Listening to the Timcast Podcast is my favorite part of my morning because I'm really into politics. I love following the latest news and Tim focuses on speaking facts instead of opinions."

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