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Guest Post: Why You Should Have Your Very Own Morning Routine

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Hi, I’m Roxine and I’m a university student, former high-performance athlete and blogger at

I used to be incredibly frustrated at school and at life. I felt like I was working so hard and putting in the hours but I wasn’t getting the results I deserved… Until I built the morning routine that has allowed me to get better grades while freeing up my time for the things I love.

Today, I’m more confident and relaxed about how I handle my schoolwork and, in fact, I’ve never had to pull an all-nighter and I’ve been fortunate to be able to avoid studying after 5 PM and on weekends, while maintaining my 3.8 GPA!

Exactly how did I do it? Read on.

Magazines, books and shows obsess about successful people and their morning routines.

What they have for breakfast, what they do as soon as they open their eyes, down to what clothes they wear!

From Ben Franklin to Barack Obama, check out their morning routines here, here and here.

Table Of Contents

  1. Why The Hell Are Mornings So Important?
  2. Why Not Evenings Or Afternoons?
  3. How Do I Create My Own Morning Routine?

In this post, I’ll be taking these questions apart and really diving deep into the Why’s and a little bit of the How in becoming a morning person and crafting your own winning morning routine.

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Leo’s Top 10 Study Tips

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1. Study When You Study

The most important tip I have when it comes to studying is to not multi-task. You may think that Facebook, Youtube, TV, video games and internet surfing only have a slight impact on your studying, but we both know that’s not true. Something as simple as turning your TV off can improve your productivity by 500%. Seriously.

When you study, study. Period.

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