The mornings are getting colder and darker, and if you’re like most, you want to stay tucked under your covers until the very last minute. This leaves us with little to no time to figure out what to wear. So, if you want to save time and look great every single morning, here are five smart tips for you.

Repeat your outfits

Women sometimes feel pressured to wear different clothes on the regular. But save yourself time by repeating the same outfits – especially the ones you love. If you like the way you look in them, you’ll feel good. And repeating your outfit means you can feel good more often, too. 

Create a work uniform

When you find an outfit that just works for you and your job, stick to it. It can save you so much mental energy in the morning. It can also eliminate a lot of stress when trying to pick out the outfit. 

Select your outfit the night before

Take 5 to 10 minutes in the evening to pick out your outfit for the next day. Don’t do it in the morning when you’re groggy, pressed for time and unmotivated. 

Find your style inspiration

If there’s a style icon you love, follow his or her lead and imitate their outfits. Why not?

Keep your wardrobe curated

You might have a ton of clothes, but there’s a good chance that very few of them make you happy. With your wardrobe, stick to the old adage: less is more. Instead of having lots of pieces, keep your wardrobe curated and edited. The only things you should have in your closet are the pieces you actually wear because you love them.

If you keep your wardrobe curated, getting ready in the morning will be much faster and way more satisfying. 

8 satisfying lunches for your workweek

Are you trying to save money and stick to your budget? Are you trying to slim down and eat healthy? Whatever your goal is, one thing’s for sure: eating out every day can hurt both your budget and your waistline. But with some planning and smart meal prep, you can enjoy super satisfying lunches that keep you full and fit. And here are 11 tasty meals for your Monday-through-Friday workweek.

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