5 Things to Say in the Morning - Deepstash
5 Things to Say in the Morning

5 Things to Say in the Morning

  1. “What’s the problem today?” The very first thing I do is pick one problem I can either correct or start correcting today.
  2. “You’re going to make it.” Things are going to be okay. I’m going to figure this out. I’m going to survive either way .
  3. “What are you going to eat?” This might seem silly, but giving yourself an idea of what you’re going to eat that day is a simple decision.
  4. “Your boy loves the Hell out of you.” Remind yourself that someone loves you.
  5. “Let’s get it done” I have to give myself my own hype. Let’s get it done, make that scratch, make the world a little better, and keep going !


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Every single day, you make thousands of decisions: Should I hit the snooze button or not? What time should I leave for work? Should I exercise today? and the list goes on and on.

This lead to mental fatique of making decisions called Decision fatique. Which reduces the tendency to make decision in future. You have to learn to reduce the number of decisions you make on a daily basis either by automating them or delegating them.



Understanding mindfulness

One of the reasons mindfulness seems hard is the fact that you don't understand it. Mindfulness doesn't mean perfect focus and happiness at all times.

Mindfulness is about choosing to focus your attention on the present moment, about noticing when your mind wanders and bringing it back to what’s right in front of you.


Cooking At Home: A Chore More Than A Hobby
  • Many people see cooking at home as a chore rather than a hobby or a fun activity to do to save money and have a delicious meal at the same time.
  • Fast food and ready-to-eat dinners may save our time but they cause so many illnesses like heart diseases and diabetes.
  • The less time we spend cooking at home, the worse our diets become and the convenience is slowly killing us.
  • We cannot ignore the fact that if we choose to have better diets and eat healthier we have to make time for cooking.