Start your morning right with these tips from @FeelgoodStyle.
but try to stay calm if the best-laid plans go bust. Every night I lay out my kid’s clothes, my clothes, pack my gym clothes, and pack my lunch. And by “every night,” I mean “every third night.” And by “clothes,” I mean “a shirt that looks clean.” You get what I mean. It’s a good idea to think ahead and to give yourself a leg-up in the morning, but if you’re too tired to go through all the proper steps at night OR you find unexplained schmutz on the your collar in the morning, just take a deep breath. Remember that you’re human, that your kids are human, that your partner is human, and that you can all just be human together. Be mindful in the moment and don’t beat yourself up. It’s always easier said than done, but it’s a good start. I do find that if I have a really important morning meeting, taking the above extra steps the night before is a big help and stress-reliever.