Most of us with full time jobs neglect the necessity of a good morning routine. You can’t deny the fact that we usually wake up last minute, running around our rooms like maniacs and rush to work. We unapologetically commit so many mistakes each morning that is completely unhealthy to us.
Here are 4 things to avoid doing in the morning:
Hit the snooze button over and over:
We know too well the temptations of the snooze button, this invention tricked us into believing that 10 more minutes of sleep is such a good idea. However, snooze button might be doing you more harm than good. You might think that sleeping for extra minutes will make you wake up more refreshed, while reality is you trick your body into a new sleeping cycle that waking up from it after few minutes can make you feel groggy instead of refreshed.
Checking you phone:
We are all guilty of doing this. I don’t exactly know the reason behind this habit specially that probably the last thing we do before going to sleep is checking our phone and scroll through different social media platforms at least twice; so, I don’t get what you could possible miss during sleep. Checking your phone the first thing in the morning can cause stress and sets your day off to a negative start.
Coffee should not be the first thing that enters your body after waking up. What your body actually needs is water; after sleeping for 7 or 8 hours, your body becomes hydrated. Make sure to drink water that has the same temperature as your room; as drinking colder water first thing in the morning shock your system and prevent all the possible benefits.
Let’s just agree that having two cups of coffee in the morning is not considered breakfast. It is true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Even if you are one of these of people who aren’t very hungry in the morning, make sure to grab a fruit, yogurt or some oatmeal. Some studies show that having breakfast can prevent diabetes, heart disease, and improve performance and memory.
Saudi Rania Nashar Makes it to Forbes’ List of The World’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women”
The Kingdom’s own Rania Nashar has made it to Forbes’ annual list of “The World’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women” and we can’t help but feel so much pride!
Nashar was ranked the 99th in the list that includes prominent names such as Angela Merkel, Kamaala Harris, Melinda Gates, Rihanna, & many other global female trailblazers.
Nashar is the first female to hold the position of CEO CEO of Saudi commercial bank, Samba Financial Group. She also made it to this ranking through her tremendous efforts in implementing changes that empower women of Saudi Arabia, all of which comes as part of the 2030 Vision.
Nashar has exceeded 20 years of experience in the field of commercial banking and has been inspiring young Saudi women to take on the challenge as well and break the glass ceiling and for that, we congratulate her.
This Saudi Landmark Just Won a Prestigious Award for Its Innovative Architectural Design
The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) has received the American Concrete Institute (ACI) award for concrete construction excellence.
The building, which is designed by Zahra Hadid Architects (ZHA), is one of the most well-known landmarks in Riyadh. It’s known for its unique architectural design.
The structure features an hexagonal honeycomb structure which stands out with hexagonal cell openings providing shade from the harsh sun. “ZHA projects have always been unique and creative in an unprecedented, nontraditional way. There’s no other structure like it in the entire world,” Saudi architect Mokhtar Al Shoaibi told Arab News.
The building is made of extremely complex steel, said Saudi architect Mukhtar Al-Shoaibi.
Women’s Participation Rise 120% in Saudi Industries
Women of Saudi Arabia are claiming their rightful role in private and government sectors, as these sectors strive to hire qualified women in different fields.
According to the Saudi Authority for Industrial Cities and Technical Zones (MODON), the number of Saudi women taking part in the industrial cities it oversees has seen a significant increase by around120 percent, bringing the total number of female workers 17,000 by the end of March this year.
Khalid Al-Salem, director general of MODON, said that the authority “has come a long way” and still aims at encouraging the female participation in the industrial sector.
“These oases host clean industries such as medical and food industries, rubber and high-tech industries, as well as prefabricated factories supporting women entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises,” he said.
He said: “MODON seeks to support the productivity of women by providing an optimal environment for their work. Therefore, it signed a memorandum of understanding with a building development company to implement nursery and kindergarten programs in industrial cities and oases under the Ministry of Education’s guidance.” He added.
This strategy of activating the role of women in industrial development goes along with the Saudi Vision of 2020 that aim at enhancing women’s role in the Kingdom’s economy.