I know that I have routines for the morning and at night when getting ready for bed. The day tends to suck when my routine is off. Bustle explains that there are some things that you might be doing at night that would serve you better to incorporate into your morning routine instead.

  • Taking vitamins are best to do in the morning because if you take them before bed they might disrupt your sleep. B vitamins usually give you a boost of energy, so if you take your vitamins before bed, you might be up all night!
  • Working out in the morning instead of at night can help to wake you up with a boost of energy as well as help you make better choices throughout the day. Think of it as a body in motion likes to stay in motion, so moving first thing in the morning will give you the energy to keep moving all day long.
  • Having dessert might be the best part about your night (hello Ben, hello Jerry!), but something sweet right before bed can spike your blood sugar, and it could keep you up at night. Opt for that sweet treat after lunch instead of after dinner so that your body can normalize itself before you hit the hay.

Routines are so important in our day-to-day lives, so if you've gotten into the habit of exercising before bed or taking your vitamins with dinner instead of breakfast, try to slowly flip your routine around to have a healthier morning and more restful sleep at night.

(via Bustle)