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February 14, 2013

13 Healthy Ways to Begin the Day

By Mark Sisson
139 Comments

SunriseIn the midst of topical wound ointment, baby wearing, and gynoid fat, sometimes it’s nice to just back up and focus on the basics. How much more fundamental does it get really than getting up in the morning? I think we can safely count it as square one. Whether you’re stopping by today as a Primal newbie or old timer, most of us need the reminder at some point. Ah, morning. It’s an alternately grim and comical scene in most American households. There’s the snooze parade, rumpled faces, chronic grouchiness, catatonic showers, coffee frenzy, mad dashes, and neon colored breakfast with cartoon characters (fun prize included!). We’re quite a species to behold at 6:30 a.m. What can we do to change this picture? Is there such a thing as a Primal morning short of rising from a sleeping bag in a remote corner of mountain wilderness? You decide. A more approachable goal this morning might be this: what can make the morning feel – and be – a little healthier and happier?

Drink Water

I don’t buy the eight glasses a day commandment. I think water is overrated in fact. Nature gave us a sensation called thirst for a reason, and for most of us it tends to work pretty well. That said, after eight hours of total abstinence, your body could use the liquid. I see people down two to three cups of coffee, when they were probably more thirsty than insufficiently caffeinated. Maybe a productive rule would be this: water first, then coffee or tea if you want it.

Wake Up to Natural Light

Once again, reduce your dependence on caffeine by stimulating yourself biochemically with plan old light. Sunlight is ideal, but turn on the all the lamps (full spectrum bulbs are best) if you’re up before the sun. Unlike caffeine, there’s no impending energy crash waiting for you in a couple hours. If you can, use natural light to wake yourself with open curtains (unless outside artificial light will disturb your sleep at night) or a progressive light “alarm.”

Spend Fifteen Minutes (or More) Outdoors

Even if it’s pitch black when you roll out of bed, try to get some time in before you leave for the day or get sucked into your at-home household/work routine. Enjoy your breakfast outside, shovel the walk now rather than later, throw the ball for your dog, water your garden in your bathrobe (the neighbors can deal with it), or take a walk.

Move

For me, there’s just no substitute for a morning walk. It’s something I’ve come to appreciate over the years. Nothing wakes me up, relaxes me, and focuses my thinking in quite the same way. That said, any kind of movement can energize you naturally and boost your circulation. Who doesn’t want to begin the day with an endorphin rush? Getting your workout in first thing means you won’t be tempted to skip it later when a meeting runs late, you have an event to attend, or you just want to chill out at the end of the day. If you can’t bring yourself to workout or walk, do whatever you can: lunges while you brush your teeth, calf raises while you eat your breakfast, stretches while you wait for the shower to warm up. Anything will always be better than nothing.

Meditate

For some, it’s cultivating quiet composure on a favorite pillow. For others, it’s an invigorating yoga routine. It can be working with affirmations, prayers, relaxation techniques, or mindfulness exercises. However it works for you, you’ll begin the day with a biochemical advantage that will hold stress at bay more effectively.

Play

I know, I know. Morning minutes are precious. You don’t have time for fooling around. If you want to set a relaxed, creative path for the day, however, you’d do well to leave a little extra time for the wholly non-utilitarian. Rough house with the kids, play with your dog, do some doodling, or stop by the park on your morning run and hit the swings.

Enjoy a Good Primal Indulgence

Last week, so many of you weighed in on the need for non-destructive ways to “treat” ourselves in a healthy way. Everyone loves getting up in the morning when they know something good is waiting for them. We can use that pattern to our advantage. Do something that makes you feel good. Invest in a deluxe shower head or a luxurious robe. Put extra effort into making an amazing Primal breakfast. Get up early and take an honest-to-goodness bath once in a while.

Journal

Take the time to listen to yourself. There’s a reason productivity experts stress the importance of morning hours. We tend to have our best energy and clearest thinking during these hours. Do some writing therapy, and journal for ten minutes about a personal question or goal or taking inventory in a gratitude journal. An unencumbered mind might present unexpected insight.

Set the Inner Conversation

Even if you don’t have the time or inclination to journal, you can begin your day thinking on a positive and productive note. Skip the computer, TV, radio, and even the newspaper. Do you really need to start the day with news of 3,000 dead in an earthquake? There’s plenty of hours left to inform yourself. Instead of filling your head with the slew of random reports, feed yourself some good motivational nuggets. Whether it’s a daily quote, a brief chapter of your favorite health and wellness book, or some other encouraging source, take control of the thoughts that set the tone for your day.

Play Music

I’ve written about the power of music therapy. If it can get you through an operation with fewer pain meds, the right playlist just might help you get over the morning hump.

Sex

There. I said it.

Spend Meaningful Time with Loved Ones

Most people I know feel like they barely see their partners and families in the morning. It’s rushed, stressful, even agitated time. Don’t take the day – or them – for granted by accepting this as inevitable. You can all do better. Sit everyone down for a real breakfast or go for a morning walk together. Take time to cuddle and read with the kids before everyone gets dressed. If you live alone, meet a friend for coffee, or send a couple morning emails to your favorite people.

Follow a Simple Routine

This is really a “how” rather than a “what.” Do whatever you can the night before (make lunch, prepare breakfast ingredients, write the day’s agenda, choose clothes, unload the dishwasher, etc.) The more you do the night before, the more relaxing your morning can be – and the more time you’ll have for the stuff that really matters.

On that note, thanks for reading today, everybody! Share your own ideas for enjoying your morning and starting the day on a healthy note.

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Reid
Reid
3 years 7 months ago

No Exercise?!

L.B
L.B
3 years 7 months ago

Reid, I think you must have missed the paragraph titled ‘move’?!

Tom B-D
Tom B-D
3 years 7 months ago

Also the one titled “sex”!

Susie
3 years 7 months ago

Bahaha. True that!

mars
mars
3 years 7 months ago

+1

Chika
3 years 7 months ago

haha how could Reid miss that one?!

leida
leida
3 years 7 months ago

Funny, I find that my mornings fly away, it is the afternoon and evenings that I have a problem with, from like 3 pm till 8 -9 pm when I go to bed. Tired, anxious, and not enough time to relax, and hungry, so hard to stop eating.

I would love a post on how to make one’s evenings less stressful and the Sunday night blues syndrome…. I seem to have it every night.

Paleo Suz
Paleo Suz
3 years 7 months ago

I think banning computers/ laptops & the tv after sunset would make a huge difference to so many people (myself included)

Patrice
3 years 7 months ago

For sure, and taking it 1 step further, try to only check your email 2x per day max. It’s like we’re email addicts, continuously checking to see who’s emailed us. Emails are a bit like playing roulette, you never know what’s coming up next!

But much more relaxing to check 2x per day, action and move them out of inbox. sanebox.com is good service to try out for inbox management

Michele
Michele
3 years 7 months ago

Ditto! Mornings are great. Evenings stress me out, big time.

Ginger-eight
Ginger-eight
3 years 7 months ago

Great advice on drinking water. Of course we’re a little dehydrated first thing and coffee will only make it worse.

2 cups (500ml) of water will give you the same wake-up as a coffee.

With most North American glasses being well over 250ml, if not 500ml, it’s easy.

Happy Morning, G

Bryan
Bryan
3 years 7 months ago

Ummm, What?

For one thing, the diuretic effects of caffeine have come into serious question based on recent studies and after decades of zero evidence based assumptions. It merely increases the urge to urinate.
And unless it has been determined that chlorine and fluoride are neurostimulants, I highly doubt that tap water is as effective as coffee for “waking up”.

mrs jett
mrs jett
3 years 1 month ago

unless you’re tired from being dehydrated

Alyssa
3 years 7 months ago

Great post! I’m a big fan of lemon water in the mornings. Also, I can definitely say that having good food to look forward to makes getting up worthwhile!

I also love going outside first thing in the morning. Ever since Mark’s post on grounding, I’ve really liked the idea of standing in the dirt or grass barefoot for just a couple minutes in the morning, even if it’s freezing cold or wet.

BillP
BillP
3 years 7 months ago

+1

Susan Campbell
3 years 7 months ago

In the summer I love going outside and walking barefoot in the wet grass and dirt. But since it’s winter I generally start the day with some yoga poses after rolling myself out on a foam roller.

Adam
Adam
3 years 7 months ago

Great post. It’s all really simple stuff, but it seems that it’s the simplist things that we forget about. We all need reminders of this once and a while.

Chad
3 years 7 months ago

I couldn’t agree more. It seems so easy to forget the basics. I have found that when the morning is managed in these simple, healthy ways, it helps me in almost every other area of my life.

Danny
Danny
3 years 7 months ago

Some of my favorite mornings are when the alarm goes off, and my wife hits snooze and snuggles into the spooning position. What’s better than waking up to a long, loving, embrace?

On the other hand, when we first went Primal we also had a new dog, and we made it a point to get up in the mornings and walk with her. It really is amazing what it can do for you.

Kristina
Kristina
3 years 7 months ago

Morning snuggles are pretty awesome. My fiance and I set an alarm 30 minutes to an hour early sometimes, just to make sure we have plenty of snuggle time.

greg
greg
3 years 7 months ago

Get a room! 🙂

Animanarchy
Animanarchy
3 years 7 months ago

Or a cave!

Dawn
Dawn
3 years 7 months ago

Thank you! You have no idea how much I need this advice right now! I’m going to try and incorporated some of these in my morning routines starting right now:)

Dawn
Dawn
3 years 7 months ago

In fact I am making your paleo no oatmeal right now. My daughter loves it! We may even eat it out on the patio since the sun is out!

Primal V
Primal V
3 years 7 months ago

My husband and I cook (primal) breakfast together and eat it at the table every morning – all my colleagues seem to think that they don’t have time to do this but it’s such a great way to stay connected.

The evenings can be so unpredictable and I love our 30 mins of togetherness first thing.

bjjcaveman
3 years 7 months ago

Love the water advice. Not enough people deviate from the “8 cups of water” idea.

A nephrologist once told me, “your kidneys are smarter than you are and will tell you when you need more water.”

bjjcaveman
3 years 7 months ago

Oh yes… +1 to the sex thing. Happy Valentines day!

Luke DePron
Luke DePron
3 years 7 months ago

No alarm today! Heading for a hike!

Dr. Mark
3 years 7 months ago

I can tell you from personal experience that I was never more refreshed, woke up more “alive,” and made it through my day more energized than when I was going to sleep and waking up with the sun. It is astounding how something so simple can make you feel so amazing. Great advice. Oh, and +1 for morning sex!

Steve
Steve
3 years 7 months ago

To quote a famous fire-survivor, “Ain’t nobody got time for that.”

Cheralyn
Cheralyn
3 years 7 months ago

LOLOL…

Animanarchy
Animanarchy
3 years 7 months ago

“Ain’t no sugar for me in my coffee!”
Ain’t going overboard on the coffee anymore either.. feeling jittery, it’s time to cut yourself off, for the day or at least until most of the caffeine wears off.

Grokesque
Grokesque
3 years 7 months ago

A cup of hot lemon water followed by some yoga, outside if possible, covers a few of the above. Even for my non-American crazy household!

Gabriele
3 years 7 months ago

I just love (and need) 10 minutes deep breathing to feel my daily dose of gratitude for being healthy (after so many problems) before I touch the ground. That’s powerful.

lockard
lockard
3 years 7 months ago

5am BEEP BEEP… shoes on, meet up with the running club, put in 4-6 miles, go home drink water, make the coffee (decaf), feed the dog, fix the kids a primal lunch to take to school , cook some eggs and sausage for the whole family, jump in the shower, take the kids to school and arrive at work by 8:05 am – not relaxing but it works

Nocona
Nocona
3 years 7 months ago

Thats sounds stressful along with possible cronic cardio. Hope you can relax more in the future.

Don
Don
3 years 7 months ago

Seriously? You think running for an hour daily is “cronic [sic] cardio”? That’s ridiculous. Even Mark suggests 30 minutes to an hour of low to moderate level aerobic movement. For a seasoned runner, running a few miles at a comfortable pace is exactly that.

I used to use the Stairmaster or exercise bike for HOURS a day. That’s what he advises against.

mars
mars
3 years 7 months ago

it works for what?

Mark A
Mark A
3 years 7 months ago

I got stressed out just reading that. Don’t kids take the bus anymore?

Amy
Amy
3 years 7 months ago

No they don’t. You should see the lines of cars at the public schools in the morning and the afternoon around here. Some do take the bus in my neighborhood, but the thing seems nearly empty.

And yeah, that’s a lot to fit in the morning. I kept up that pace for a while, until I couldn’t. 🙁

Julie
Julie
3 years 7 months ago

Whatever happened to having the kids walk to school? I walked in the inner city neighborhoods that most lock their car doors while drving through as young as 6 all by myself al the way through high school in the country. And that wasn’t that long ago!

Joy Beer
Joy Beer
3 years 7 months ago

These tips and the ideas in the comments make me want it to be tomorrow morning already!

Patrick
Patrick
3 years 7 months ago

I start my morning with a coffee, and some MDA.

Gina
Gina
3 years 7 months ago

Wow, I’ve got at least half this list down already.

-Wake up to a “sunrise” alarm clock
-Open the windows to let in some nature / light
-Drink a glass of water while making breakfast
-Indulge in said tasty primal breakfast (best meal of the day, really)
-Journal briefly
-Listen to music while getting ready
-Walk to work as often as weather permits

Grok on!

C.Rushing
C.Rushing
3 years 7 months ago

I read all these as sex.

Move
Play
Set the Inner Conversation
Sex
Follow a Simple Routine

Merky
Merky
3 years 7 months ago

++++1 🙂

mmajunkie87
mmajunkie87
3 years 7 months ago

Perfect valentine’s comment !

Paul Mirek
3 years 7 months ago

File under “Meditate”: Eyes closed under a steamy-warm shower. Great way to “hold stress at bay.”

Anna
Anna
3 years 7 months ago

That was a really good article about a really good morning.
Love it.

Henrik
Henrik
3 years 7 months ago

I always take a shower first thing in the mornings, it’s so refreshing.

jake
jake
3 years 7 months ago

I was suprised this didn’t make this list

Denise Zapf
Denise Zapf
3 years 7 months ago

A morning garden tour is a habit I learned from my mother. Step outside, smell the fresh air, and walk from flower bed to vegetable garden, all around the house. That way I see what’s coming up, identify where I might need to work on weeding later in the day, and give the dogs a chance to stretch their legs.

Heather
Heather
3 years 7 months ago
I love doing this too, the dogs roar around like loons, and while observing the garden, I organise the day in my head, shoo the crow away from the chook shed and collect the eggs. Doesn’t always work that way, lately the tour was actually watering to keep the garden alive during our withering hot antipodean January, but Feb has cooled down and this is a great way to start the day. One other thing folks, the list was a suggestion, everyone has limiting factors, try for one or two of them most days. My Personal favorite is sex 😉
Susan
Susan
3 years 7 months ago

Walking the yard/garden is my daily morning and evening routine. It’s peaceful and exhilarating at the same time.

I can’t wait to plant the summer garden and watch the plants develop and produce.

We will have chickens soon; they are another adventure. I love looking in on them a few times per day and checking for eggs.

Brent
3 years 7 months ago

We love our sunrise-style alarm clock. It’s even set up to play bird chirps and morning noises while it goes off. Most mornings (especially during the darker winter months) this makes a great difference to the start of the morning–much better than the screech of an alarm.

Jen
Jen
3 years 7 months ago

I love mine too! Even though I live in the suburbs there is too much light (from streetlights, neighbor’s porch lights, etc) to have a really dark bedroom. So I installed blackout shades and a light alarm clock was the only sensible way to mimick the rising sun…especially during winter when I’m waking up 2 hours before the sun rises.

Jen
Jen
3 years 7 months ago

Those of us who are not fortunate to have the luxury of waking up to sunlight, or live in very gray, rainy areas (ie Pacific NW) can try “wake-up lights.”
After going Primal in 2011 I purchased the Philips Wake-up Light from Amazon. A small investment but SO WORTH it! The light bulb gradually gets brighter, as if mimicking a the rising sun. And you can customize sounds to accompany the gradual light (beeps, radio, music, or birds chirping).

BootstrapsOnMyFivefingers
BootstrapsOnMyFivefingers
3 years 7 months ago

I often write (whatever is in my head) in the mornings. It stills amazes me that I’m anxious or worried about stuff and don’t even realize it until I start writing. The cool thing is, I usually can come up with a solution to whatever’s bugging me, which I can’t seem to do in my head.

My other favorite is to read (which is a weekend thing). I get up before the kids do and cozy up with a book and cup of coffee and enjoy the silence.

tam
tam
3 years 7 months ago

I think you should drink water (16 oz?) before you sleep. You can’t act on your thirst when in dreamland. I used to wake up dehydrated and constipated later.

Amy
Amy
3 years 7 months ago

I think that it depends on the person. 16 oz of water right before I sleep almost guarantees I’m running to the bathroom. 🙂

Amy
Amy
3 years 7 months ago

At midnight, that is. 🙂

Alyssa
3 years 7 months ago

Ah I wish! I’d have to get up and use the bathroom in the middle of the night.

Lindsey
Lindsey
3 years 7 months ago

I keep a bottle of water by the bed, as I wake up at regular intervals through the night thirsty. Especially if I have been naughty and had a take-away curry or Chinese.

fifer
fifer
3 years 7 months ago

As a cheap (and brighter?) alternative to a wake-up lamp or sunrise alarm clock you can get a cheap plug-socket timer. Plug it into a bright lamp of your choice. It’s great to have that come on 5 minutes before the alarm sounds – I usually wake up with the lights now.

WC
WC
3 years 7 months ago

Some may agree with me that coffee in the morning is more about calming ritual than simply caffiene.

Especially in those months where the sun comes up early enough to enjoy coffee with before 7:30am to leave for work.

michael
michael
3 years 7 months ago

Agreed. I don’t care if it has caffeine or not (although it’s hard to find good Sumatra without caffeine), I just like coffee in the morning.

Bill Berry
Bill Berry
3 years 7 months ago

I’ve been on a news black-out now for coupla month’s! LOVE IT! If something big happens, I will see it on FB. The news is truly ridiculous most of the time and rarely action-able. If it doesn’t matter, then I do not care about it!

Ara
Ara
3 years 7 months ago

+1

Tigger
Tigger
3 years 7 months ago

Have you ever really paid attention to how much of the reporting is actually speculation? The few facts from the story can be given in 30 seconds. Sports stories are the worst. “What is your goal for the big game tonight?” “Well, I thought I’d tell my team to go out and play to lose tonight!” What a bunch of moronic questions!

Happy Paleo Girl
Happy Paleo Girl
3 years 7 months ago
Well, this is one aspect of primal life that I definitely can say I am doing alright in! I have always been a morning person – I love being awake before everyone else, when the world is still quiet. The day seems so full of possibilities. The first thing I do when I wake up is open my blackout curtains. Lately I wake up at 6:30 every day (before my alarm clock, and 3 hours before I have to leave for work). The eastern sky is just beginning to brighten. I have water (with my supplements), then coffee. Always fresh… Read more »
Kevin Goldman
Kevin Goldman
3 years 7 months ago

Happy Paleo Girl,

You made me happy just reading of your ritual 🙂

Josh
Josh
3 years 7 months ago

To be clear, how many Natural Lights can I have in the morning before the boss notices? 😉

Animanarchy
Animanarchy
3 years 7 months ago

Have them before your interview, then first day of work, and so on, and it won’t raise too many eyebrows.

SFJL
3 years 7 months ago
1) I love the idea of waking up gently. In reality it’s usually get dragged out of bed by small people bored of us struggling to wake up. We’re off on a veeeeery long road trip soon & I’m really hoping it will help us get into a healthier sleep/wake routine. 2) I bet ‘it’ was the most-clicked on link in that post…. 3) For those with smartphones, I highly recommend a ‘peace alarm’ style app. A gentle gong sound, increasing in frequency for 15 minutes. Makes you feel like you have woken up naturally, but more definite wake up… Read more »
Pastor Dave
3 years 7 months ago

Thanks Mark– a personal note that is!

On the latest article– I get up before my wife so sex is out of the question but I do spend time with the dog outside getting some fresh air– and I know what some are thinking– STOP IT!

I also like to stretch, drink water, one cup of coffee and then pray. I’ll work on the other suggestions!

Thanks

wildgrok
wildgrok
3 years 7 months ago

My morning ritual includes a pass of foam roller (*). Highly recommended (**)

(*) Rumble-Roller: buy this in amazon, the big one blue, don’t do as I did, bought several cheapo ones.
(**) Don’t work for them, but if the Rumble Roller people read this, please send me a spare one 🙂

Tamara
Tamara
3 years 7 months ago

I wake up without alarm around dawn, get up open the curtains, open the bedroom door so the cat can come in. Get back in bed, cuddle with the cat while sun rises. Sometime later, have a glass of warm lemon water with olive oil (gets the digestive system working) and when the weather is not really bad (live in the northern midwest) will go for a walk. After that, it’s time to let the ferrets out for some play time – they are incredibly joyful first thing in the morning.

Diane
Diane
3 years 7 months ago

A bracing early morning ride on my motorcycle is a good way to get outside, I guess. I ride in whatever the (Southern California) weather offers. An easy bicycle commute is also nice, but so hard to do when it’s pitch black in the morning.

Denise
Denise
3 years 7 months ago
I forwarded this to my husband today and this is what he wrote back: “I know there is limited time in the morning but to be truly primal we need to adopt this routine. We have about 8 minutes to make it happen. Alarm goes off 4:45 am. Lay with eyes closed for 30 seconds meditating. Turn on all lights and have sex for 1 minute. Drink a glass of water while we walk from the upper deck to the lower deck and in to the kitchen. Turn on some music and do calf raises while making coffee. We can… Read more »
Beccolina
Beccolina
3 years 7 months ago

I notice that “Getting dressed” never made that list. 😀 I hope you have understanding neighbors while you walk outside.

Primal V
Primal V
3 years 7 months ago

hmmm… lucky neighbours, maybe it’ll convert a few more to the primal lifestyle when the results of a healthy living are made plain to see 🙂

WildGrok
WildGrok
3 years 7 months ago

wow this is the best post I have read in a while

Grokesque
Grokesque
3 years 7 months ago

Cool – some of those timings are probably more manageable than others!!!

Cathy Johnson (Kate)
3 years 7 months ago

Yep, I do better if I exercise before I ever get out of bed. Some stretches, some isometrics, some breathing exercises…a great start to my day. I journal everyday too…and have for 30 years or so (and written a lot about it, in magazines and books!) LOVE it when I can take time to be outdoors first thing…of course, being self employed makes all this a lot easier. No long commute!

Stan the Man
Stan the Man
3 years 7 months ago

A cup of coffee while spending my first 30 minutes reading the news. Then an hour of yoga and a breakfast of a two-egg omelet. I actually look forward to waking up in the morning.

Jeffrey James
3 years 7 months ago

I love mornings – exercising, eating a hearty breakfast, taking a shower, and even accomplishing a thing or two before work if I can. My wife, however, does not like mornings (outside of using them for sleeping in). Thanks for the great list of ideas!

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[…] In the midst of topical wound ointment, baby wearing, and gynoid fat, sometimes it’s nice to just back up and focus on the basics. How much more fundamental does it get really than getting up in the morning? I think we can safely count it as square one. Whether you’re stopping by today as a […]… Mark’s Daily Apple […]

Clare
Clare
3 years 7 months ago
Some of these are great and easily implemented ideas. I have been getting up at 5:45am for the last three weeks for a course, having little time other than to dress and leave, but I wanted to try and continue this early wake-up time even when I return to a more civil start. The ones I’m looking forward to adding to my routine: getting outside, moving (gently, as I think full on exercise is still a bit beyond me as a nightowl type), and journalling – I sometimes do run out of time in the evenings to write, so mornings… Read more »
Danielle Thalman
Danielle Thalman
3 years 7 months ago
I leave for work between 5-6 a.m. but I make my mornings manageable by preparing all my food and laying out my clothes the night before. I wake up before my alarm most days, full of energy, ideas and goals. I tend to be a little too “get up and go” and I’ve lately taken to sitting down in a cozy spot to really savor a cup of tea and drag a string around for my cat. This calms and centers me at a “cost” of about 10 minutes. I get up just as early most weekends but savor not… Read more »
scott
scott
3 years 7 months ago

unfortunately I’m up at 4am and at work at by 4.15, not much time to do anything but get dressed and be on my way.

scott
scott
3 years 7 months ago

still lost 10kg in the 3 months I have been primal eating so can’t be too bad

Grokesque
Grokesque
3 years 7 months ago

Not too bad?! 10kg in 3 months is amazing – well done! Are you doing lots of exercise in the evenings instead, or do you have an active job?

BFD
BFD
3 years 7 months ago

What time do you go to work? I would have to get up in the middle of the night to get all of this done.

Steve Gardner
Steve Gardner
3 years 7 months ago

I have an 18-month old alarm clock 🙂 Never, and I mean never, needs batteries!

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