Do you feel like you’re running late almost every single day? You’re not alone. Morning routines are hard to perfect, especially when you’re only half-awake, trying to put yourself together well enough to look presentable for work. Try following these three bedroom decorating tips and transform your morning routines to be more efficient and hassle-free.
1. Add a vanity to your space
If you share a home with a spouse and/or kids, it’s not uncommon to have to wait your turn to use the bathroom. While you can’t install a shower in your bedroom, you can at least add a vanity table and mirror. That way, you can easily do hair and makeup in your room on days that the bathroom is full.
2. Organize your bedroom
Mornings can become chaotic – especially when you can’t find your shoes or purse. Instead of just throwing your shoes into a pile in your closet, use a shoe organizer to keep your shoes neatly displayed and easy to find. If you are always losing your purse, install a hook on the back of your door that you can use to hang it each night. Organizing your space will reduce the amount of time you have to spend sorting through your closet or drawers and will give you more time to actually get ready!
3. Place your alarm clock out of reach
Waking up is hard, and it’s always tempting to push snooze when your first hear that annoying beeping. But while getting an extra 15 minutes of sleep sounds appealing while lying in bed, you’ll probably regret it when you’re forced to skip breakfast. Place your alarm clock in a spot where you have to actually get up to turn it off. That way, you’re less likely to push snooze and are more likely to get out of bed and start getting ready.
Even if you’re not a morning person, you can still make your morning routines more efficient. Follow the three bedroom tips listed above and transform your mornings.