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1. Eat

2. Pray 

3. Love (my SO from afar)

 

i go to bed depending on when I feel sleepy from my meds. Usually at 7:30-9:00 PM. 

As for you feeling tired: how many hours of sleep a night do you get? Do you wake up several times at night? Does your mouth hang open when you sleep? Do you wake up with dry mouth? 

 

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Partially open eyes.

Stagger to the kitchen.

Light-up.

Make Coffee.

Light up.

Drink Coffee.

Light up.

Drink coffee.

Make coffee.

Light up.

Look in refrigerator. Have Milk Yes/No

Look in pantry --Have stuff for milk Yes/No

lf there is one "No" or more, go back to refrigerator.

Have egg Yes/No

If "Yes" check for bread.

lf "No" bread, go back to coffee.

Light up.

For the nexr Hour  ....

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:salam:

4 hours ago, ali_fatheroforphans said:

Salam,

What is your morning routine? 

Also when do you go to bed?

It's just that I feel a bit tired when I wake up. I don't consistently have that freshness.

I never have that freshness. As far as I can recall, last time I had it was when I did not have the Internet...

My routine : 

Wake up - trying not to postpone my alarm

Go make breakfast for my son

Make tea and eat my breakfast

Check SC hot topics - Off topics are better though.

Have a shower

Then clap the door, forgot something, clap again, forgot something again. 

Put earphones on and listen to radio on my ride to work.

 

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6 hours ago, ali_fatheroforphans said:

just that I feel a bit tired when I wake up. I don't consistently have that freshness

I feel like this often too. The thing that really helps me is next to your bed keep a jug of water. as soon as you get up read nad-e-ali (for the power) drink a glass and then go and wash your face with cold water.

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I got to bed around 12:00am on weekends usually after fajr

Pray Fajr

Go back to sleep

Wake up around 7 (Go to restroom and get relaxed) after that i do brush, listerine, take shower.

Get ready.

Make over easy eggs and slice of bread and bacon ( i like my bacon crispy) 

get my lunch and leave for work.

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Ron_Burgundy said:

Some brands do say bacon :D

 

Oh ok. For lunch i had chicken ham. Is that what it's called now???? Smh muzlims dese days -.-

:hahaha:

Edited by Afsaneh14

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On 21/08/2017 at 0:17 PM, Islandsandmirrors said:

how many hours of sleep a night do you get?

I go to bed at 10pm and wake up at 5:30am. So roughly six/seven hours of sleep.

On 21/08/2017 at 0:17 PM, Islandsandmirrors said:

Does your mouth hang open when you sleep? Do you wake up with dry mouth? 

No my mouth never hangs.

My mouth is kind of dry (not that much).

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Wake up, hit the snooze button, fall asleep - Repeat a minimum of 10 times (and I have at least 4 different alarms set on my phone)

After the 10th snooze, stumble out of bed barely awake, brush, coffee and off to work / school

 

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6 hours ago, Meesum_Mtl said:

Wake up, hit the snooze button, fall asleep - Repeat a minimum of 10 times (and I have at least 4 different alarms set on my phone)

After the 10th snooze, stumble out of bed barely awake, brush, coffee and off to work / school

 

I think you are doing something wrong 

 

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In my "Lost Decades" my morning routine was:

Wake Up

Stagger down to kitchen.

Make coffee.

Stagger to garage.

Light up.

Drink half my coffee.

Light up.

Finish coffee.

Do Wudu, Sunnah and Fajr.

Stagger back to garage, get coffee cup.

Climb up to the kitchen.

Make coffee.

Stumble back to garage.

Light up.

Sip coffee

Keep from falling over.

"Good bye dear, Have a nice day."   :hahaha: <---Like l reaIIy meant that.

Climb stairs back up into the kitchen.

Eat whatever stuff she left me. Wash the ____ dishes.

Stumble back down to garage --usually forgetting my coffee--lf/Then climb back up, make coffee, return to garage.

Light up.

Go back to my chair.

Turn on TV

Fall back asleep.

Compared with my post above, being single is so much easier now.

 

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12 hours ago, Mohammed-Mehdi said:

I think you are doing something wrong 

 

Between working 40 hours a week and going to university full time while trying to maintain somewhat of a social life, sleep felt like a necessary sacrifice :)

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On 8/20/2017 at 9:25 PM, ali_fatheroforphans said:

Salam,

What is your morning routine? 

Also when do you go to bed?

It's just that I feel a bit tired when I wake up. I don't consistently have that freshness.

salaam,

Get a fitbit and monitor your sleep pattern. 

It could be Sleep Apnea - one of the signs is waking up tired even after getting 6-8 hours.

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