To make your mornings more productive and less of a drag, start by getting a good night’s sleep. According to the National Heart, Blood, and Lung Institute, sleep is vital to brain function, emotional wellbeing, and overall health. Something to also consider in order to help yourself out is wake up at the same time each morning. Just as you should try going to go to bed at the same time each night, waking up at a consistent time helps your body and mind develop a routine. However, this only works if you wake up early enough to where you’re not rushed to get out the door each morning. One other way to make your morning more productive is to be positive and mindful. Starting off positive and mindful allows you to engage with your tasks with more enthusiasm and energy. Read more about starting each day right.