Have you ever noticed that hurried and hassled mornings lead to some of your worst days?
If you’ve ever slept through your alarm clock, you understand what a rushed morning feels like. It sets you up for a long, difficult day, mainly because it makes you feel out of sorts.
Maybe you forgot to pack your child a lunch, bring along your files or toss a book into your bag to read on the train. It can be hard to regain control, especially if your work day is fast paced and you go from one thing to the next.
When you don’t get your day off to a great start, the effects linger.