1. Get into the habit of being an early riser. We can all benefit from having a little bit of extra time in the morning. It reduces stress, helps to prevent you from forgetting things, and stops that crazy morning rush.
1. Be approachable – Someone who’s standoffish, or likes to keep their distance, tends to make other people feel uncomfortable. But if you’re warm and friendly, and have open body language, you’ll help other people to feel much more at ease.
“I’d love to wake up next to you. I’d love to watch you while you are still sound asleep, oblivious to the sun rising and the morning routines of our neighbors. I’d gently trace your nose line and lips with my fingers and smile at your perfection. Then you’d gently open your eyes and I’d be perfectly happy knowing that it’s my face you first saw. You’d squint at the brightness then focus on me, as if you are memorizing my every detail. You’d tell me that you like what you see and I would blush. You’d kiss me, not minding that we still have not brushed our teeth yet. I would tell you I love you and you’d tell me that you love me more. We would just lay there for a while and watch the sun move to its rightful position in the sky. I’d sigh, perfectly contented and satisfied and you’d look at me and say, “I love waking up to mornings like this. I love you.””