Start your morning like this…

I had this topic in my mind for a while and I finally decided to work on it. For this, I read some 40 blogs and all the blogs were saying the same things: Avoid coffee, don’t snooze phone etc. Then I got a suggestion from a trusted source that I need to try something different.

So, here I am, presenting you my brand new blog about things you should do in the morning. Some of these things might not be new to you, but I tried to present my blog in a fun manner. Let’s have a look at it :

Check this out -> Benign Indian spices

Learn stretching from here -> Stretch it!!

Adopt these habits and feel a good change by yourself. Also, in the comments let me know how you start your mornings?

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Until the next week, rise and shine.

66 responses to “Start your morning like this…”

  1. Hey Devang,
    So..I have this habit of drinking water in the morning on empty stomach…and looking at one’s palm after waking up in the morning is a great ritual in India although I never used to follow it but now I’ll definitely try to do so!
    Also I have this supper healthy habit of checking FGW’s every blog post😁… and and and…you mentioned that the top 10 new commentators on your other blog will get a gift from you….I’m really excited for it😁

  2. Hi, Devang.
    So, i follow all of them except for reading and writing in the morning. I’ll try and include that too!
    Thanks for sharing and keep writing.

    • The last suggestion is very important. But that’s for others. For me, I cannot miss latest blogs of “Lifesfinewhine”. I mean there are new content by her every other morning. Need to be vigilant. I don’t know about what research suggests about it. But I definitely get happy to read blogs of Lifesfinewhine in the morning.

  3. I love this post, Devang. It’s achieved everything you said it would do by using more images. It was very interesting, as are all your posts, and easy to follow. I’ve not heard of looking at your palms in the mornings so I will try that in the morning. I think giving gratitude is essential, whether it be to God, others or yourself. No matter how bad things may seem in a person’s life, there is always a little something to be grateful for.

    I like the idea of using Benign Indian Spices to cleanse our bodies. I clicked on the link that you gave. I already use coriander, fennel and cumin seeds in cooking. I particularly like cumin, so I will try this tomorrow when I get up. I think stretching is something I could improve on, though. I tend to rise in the morning (admittedly not at the same time every day), stumble into the bathroom, shower, and make breakfast. I will take your advice and try some gentle stretching as I get out of bed. Reading and writing, yes, I do that, although perhaps not every day either). I should make time for more of that.

    Finally, I love the last section of your images, ‘Read the blog of FGW’ – I love your humour – it’s excellent and certainly made me smile 😊. Thanks again, Devang.

    • I will share a video on what’s the significance of looking at the hand and how it is done. ☺️
      Being thankful is also great, it feels us with happiness and we get up in a happy mood.
      Drinking Indian spices soaked in water is really good. It helps the stomach and overall a great practice.
      Stretching in the morning makes us feel more energetic. Definitely spending 5 mins to it is a great idea.
      Reading blogs of FGW is essential.

      • Thanks, Devang. I would be very interested to know more about looking at the hands. I will look out for this information in one of your future posts 😊.

      • Hi Devang. If you go to the top of my blog, there is a tab that says. ‘Contact Me’ – You can send me a message using the contact form, which will come through to my email inbox, allowing me to reply to you if need be. I hope that works okay for you. Any problems, just come back to me, and I’ll try and sort something else out. Good luck 😊.

  4. Great post Devang.. Brilliant tips.. Especially the last one😊
    I start my day with breakfast.. I like breakfast Because I like coffee with milk.. My morning Then turns to be a struggle to convince my children to get up.. Mornings are a great challenge to mothers I think..
    Keep giving dear friend 🌹

  5. Thank you for all these tips and your great wisdom and I think I will try the palm work out and try to drink more water in morning.

  6. Love this, especially the quick tips within the image. I’ve never heard of looking at one’s hands before but I will add it into my morning ritual. Very interesting about the palm and fingertips. πŸ™‚

    • It brings peace and prosperity.
      Start your day with positive attitude. Be thankful for the day.
      Try this for 1 week, and you will see some positive vibes surrounding you.

      • It’s so interesting I came across your blog and that you mentioned that. On Monday I woke up and something told me to pray. I did and gave thanks for being alive, good health and to be safe and I’ve been feeling it!

      • Great!
        Keep shining and stay positive. A lot of things around you will solve automatically if you stay positive.
        I’m reading a book these days and explains the wonder of subconscious mind.

  7. πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ
    You write the most interesting posts. I learn something new each time.
    Is the idea of looking at one’s hands upon awakening a custom in your country?

    • Thanks!
      Not every indian follow it.
      Its more of ancient things. Many people still follow it.
      I generally start my day with some chant and god’s name.
      I end my day in the same manner. πŸ˜ƒ

      • πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ from USA . . .
        Thanks for the interactive informative response.
        Question 1 – Do people from India refer to themselves as ‘Indian’? I ask because you made reference in your reply. It’s the 1st time I’ve seen it.
        Here we used to watch TV shows about cowboys and Indians (these not from India).
        Question 2 – Namaste, a traditional Hindu greeting, how common is it in other countries?
        I like the manner in how you begin and end your days. 😊

      • People of India are called Indians.
        Just like people of America are called Americans.
        The Indian, you are referring to. Are local tribe. Their roots are different.
        Namastey, is very common here. Younger people touch feets of elders.
        We have 29 states. 1000 different traditions and cultures.

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