5 morning habits Ghanaians cannot do without

5 morning habits Ghanaians cannot do without

In modern times, everyone craves for a form of routine that would make life a lot easier. We unconsciously indulge in a number of activities that are designed to bring to us a number of benefits.

Some of these advantages could spiritual, social, financial or even physical.

YEN.com.gh has compiled a list of habits that have become part of some Ghanaians, as they go about their daily activities.

1. Prayer and meditation:

Regardless of the one's religious affiliation, prayer becomes a form of communication between the individual and a higher power.

Africans are often branded as one of the most religious people on earth, and in that respect, prayer and meditation are usually prevalent in the daily lives of people in the continent.

A man in suit praying

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2. Go through phone’s records

Then there is the inclination to go through recent activities on the cellphone to find out what was missed throughout the night. Calls and messages would then be responded to, if need be.

Someone using an IPhone

3. Thinking of what to eat

According to dieticians, breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. It is essential that the best decisions are taken with respect to it.

Various options abound, and it is usually one’s favourite meal that first comes into mind.

Tombrown, bread and magarine

4. Calculation of available resources:

The food to eat is usually dependent on available resources. Once you are sure of how much money you have, you can opt for the meal that treats both your stomach and your pocket right.

Ghana cedi notes

5. Exercise

Physical exercise is an important contributor to one’s general wellbeing. It needn’t necessarily take place in a gym; a stroll could prove to be helpful in the quest to stay healthy.

A group of people jogging

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