A Day in the Life of the Young and the Restless

You’ve just been hired as an intern at the award-winning soap opera, the young and the restless dirty laundry. What’s your first day look like? How will you help bring this legendary show to life? This blog post gives you a behind-the-scenes tour of your first day on the job, and helps you learn how to keep this famous soap opera running smoothly.

Waking Up

Today is your big day. Everything you’ve worked for has lead up to today. Whether you have a presentation at work or are waiting nervously to hear back from a client, there’s a lot riding on your shoulders. When you wake up in the morning, take some time to decompress; try some deep breathing exercises, listen to calming music or maybe read a little bit about how other successful people got through their day. You can do it! 🙂

Brushing Teeth

Keeping your teeth clean doesn’t just help with bad breath, it also prevents gum disease. Bad breath is a product of odor-causing bacteria that builds up on your teeth, gums, tongue, and cheeks. If left untreated, these bacteria can cause heartier health problems like diabetes or cardiovascular disease. Take steps to prevent these risks by brushing at least twice daily for two minutes each time.

Getting Ready for Work

On a typical workday, I get up early—usually around 7:00 a.m.—and have breakfast before my first meeting. Breakfast is usually a bowl of cereal with fat-free milk or a fruit smoothie. I’ll throw an apple into my bag to munch on during meetings if I need something other than coffee. Then, after meetings and checking emails, it’s time for lunch at around 11:30 a.m.

Transportation To Work

If you’re an entrepreneur or employee on a tight schedule, it can be hard to find time to work out. On top of that, you probably don’t want to work out after sitting for 8 hours at your desk. But according to Cederquist, there is a simple trick you can use: If I’m pressed for time, I’ll just go straight from my workout back home [or] directly to an appointment.

Lunch Break at Work

If you’re working a full-time job, your lunch break is crucial for refueling—not only to help combat jet lag if you work long hours—but also to get that blood sugar spike that comes with eating a meal. Researchers at Clemson University found that employees who were given free breakfast and lunch consumed fewer calories from fat throughout their day. Don’t like eating at your desk?

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Post Work Exercise Routine

This is a brutal fitness session designed to test not only your physical strength, but also your psychological fortitude. Grab some chalk or dry erase markers, if you have them. Then, find an open wall or surface large enough to draw two horizontal lines down from top to bottom (one line should be about 2 feet from one end and the other line should be about 2 feet from the opposite end). Stand on either side of these lines with one foot positioned directly over each line.

Dinner Time

For high school students, dinner time is arguably one of their least-favorite parts of a day. A large part of that stress comes from deciding what to eat. Yes, they may be going through some changes (and challenges) throughout their day at school, but another big part comes from not knowing what type or how much food they should be eating. Dinner time can be hard to navigate if you don’t know how many calories you need to consume each day.

Activities after Dinner and before Bedtime

After dinner, have some fun with your family. Go outside to play catch or shoot baskets. Shoot hoops before bedtime so that you fall asleep thinking about winning that game instead of having to go to work tomorrow. This will keep your mind clear while you sleep.

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