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Wake Up and Go, Go!

Wake Up and Go, Go!

Humans are creatures of habit, especially when it comes to preparing for work. If you’re starting a new job, then you know that morning routine is critical to getting your day off on the right foot.

When that alarm sounds in the morning, getting to work on time is your number one priority, and once you’ve found the morning routine that suits you best, you’ll find ways to perfect it.

Tanveer Badal, a 26-year-old computer-programming manager likes to be in a rush. He gets ready in the matter of 5 minutes, showering the night before, brushing his teeth in the morning, and rushing out the door. The only problem with his schedule is that every single second matters when trying to catch the train. Abby, a 26 year old likes to have ample time in the morning. She takes a 55-minute run every day before work, even if it means being late!

Tell us what you do in the morning to get ready for work! Do you have any tips to share? [New York Post]

Posted: 6/9/08