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How to Create a Mindful Morning Routine

How to Create a Mindful Morning Routine

Get enough quality sleep:

have a night routin so you know when to sleep and what to avoid at night, Clearing your mind before sleep can help you to wake up happily, Comfortable clothes, No work, no gadget and a cup of tea for a peaceful night routine

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