Written by Zoe Manoukian
Mornings in college are rough, and while it may be tempting to fall into the trap of believing that sleeping in is what will make you feel the most awake, I am realizing more and more how crucial a good start to the morning is.
This means waking up with plenty of time to prepare for the day and to get a few minutes of moving in before class begins, and breakfast. Even if you don’t have the time to go to the dining hall or make an omelette, it is still beneficial to have something to eat.
One easy and healthy breakfast option is yogurt, and by adding a few spoonfuls of granola and a handful of blueberries, you can have a parfait.
Rising in popularity is avocado taste, or you can replace the avocado with peanut butter and banana.
If you want an egg but don’t have the time, you can make a batch of hard boiled eggs to keep in the fridge.
You can even prepare an egg the night before, and in the morning add it to an English muffin with whatever toppings you please and have an egg sandwich.
Fruit on the go is always an option as well.
Just having something in you to start your day makes a HUGE difference.