Today I’m going to write about my everyday morning routine. I know a lot of you like to read this kind of content. And therefore, I thought it would be nice to describe my usual morning. Let’s dive into it, shall we?
7 A.M. I usually wake up around 7 o’clock but don’t get up until about 8. In the meantime, I grab my phone and go through my emails, the news and briefly my social media so I can catch up on everything I missed during the night.
8 A.M. is when I actually get up. I head straight to the bathroom to brush my teeth. I just can’t function with my morning breath. After that, I go to the kitchen and drink a bottle of water to help my body detoxify, and wake up my digestive organs. And since I’m already in the kitchen, I start cooking my breakfast, and prepare myself green tea. I’ve recently learned how to make poached eggs, and I’m obsessed. I eat them every single morning along with a bunch of veggies and some hummus. Then I take my brekkie to my bedroom and have a lovely breakfast in bed while watching some YouTube videos.
9 A.M. After I finish my breakfast and watching YouTube, I go to Instagram to engage with my followers and the people I follow. Which is something I typically do multiple times a day. So you see, I spend a lot of time on my phone either working or just killing time. Of course, I want to keep it protected at all times. My new phone case from iDeal of Sweden is perfect for it. It protects my phone from damage and is a really stylish accessory at the same time! If you’d like to buy your own fashionable phone case, you can head over to the iDeal of Sweden webpage and use the code UK2018 at the check-out to get 20% off of your purchase.
10 A.M. At this time, I usually put my phone aside and open my laptop instead to write or rewrite blog posts. As I do at this very moment!
And that’s how my morning usually looks like. Of course, it changes whether I go to uni or just head to the town. But in general, it looks somewhat like this. I hope you enjoyed!
I would also like to thank iDeal of Sweden for sponsoring this blog post!
See you soon!