Tips to get ready for Work
Work as a term in broad sense may refer and include any kind of activity.
1. Get Up nice and early
Get up early, Take a quick morning shower if needed.
2. Get Dressed
Get fully dressed, especially if you are going to work. Wear nice clothing. Do not wear house rags or dirty t-shirts. If you are a guy, consider wearing a nice black or white shirt with a tie, nice black pants with dark socks, and black shoes. If you are a lady, you should wear a dress with pants and pretty shoes. You can wear a t-shirt to work, but make sure the t-shirt has no stains.
3. Eat Something
Eat a good breakfast. Pop a piece of toast in the toaster and have at least three egg whites with your breakfast. Have a good breakfast with good carbs, good fats, and protein. The combination will keep you satisfied longer. A six ounce glass of orange juice is a good beverage to have with breakfast. However, it is full of sugar and should be drank in moderation. Oatmeal, cereal, or a banana are all good carbs to eat when you start your morning.
4. Brush Your Teeth After You Eat Breakfast
Brush them well. Take your time while brushing your teeth. There is no reason whatsoever to rush.
5. Brush Your Hair
You can not go to work if your hair is an enormous, static, mess. Brush your hair well, taking care to gently remove any knots or tangles in longer tresses. Do not rush.

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