Morning go
There’s more than simply rising before dawn to be successful. Here’s what you can do to get more out of your morning. Steps you take as you begin your day (or the night before) can set you up for a productive workweek. — Tamekia Reece

Plan ahead. The night before, set out your clothing, prepare lunch and write a to-do list for tomorrow. This nightly habit can help you easily prepare for your work day and prioritize important tasks.

Open the blinds. Natural light offers the most natural and gentlest way to wake up. It can also help you start the day more alert.

Hold off on email. Logging in first thing in the morning can throw off your schedule. Wait until you’re at work to open and email.

Calm your mind. Do 5–10 minutes of meditation or deep breathing as part of your morning routine to help settle your mind and focus your energy.

Nourish and hydrate. Eat a healthy breakfast and drink water to get your body going.

Exercise. If you can, start your day with a workout to boost your mood and energy.
Résumé rockstar
The job market is leaning in the favor of applicants right now. But you still need the skills and persistence to land your perfect job. You also need to stand out from the crowd. — Bridget McCrea

Here are five ways to make sure that your résumé is ready to wow: