You probably have heard some quotes from beth Dutton. But do you know which one is the most popular? Here we list the top 10 beth Dutton quotes. Heed their wisdom and you’ll enjoy a happier and more fulfilled life.

Start with coffee.

When I first started my blog, I would make coffee in my French press while I was showering and doing my makeup in the morning. It’s not something I do anymore (mostly because my husband usually makes coffee), but it was great for those early days when I had no time to spare.

Make your to-do list the night before.

Plan out what you need to do tomorrow before going to bed so you don’t have to think about it when you wake up in the morning. If possible, plan out several days at once so you can be sure that everything is accounted for over multiple days rather than just one day at a time.

Pack your bag, purse, and lunch before you go to sleep.

This will help ensure that you don’t forget anything important or nutritious when it’s time for work or school. You’ll also save yourself some time in the morning by not having to dig through everything looking for what you need.

Make sure everything is clean and ready for use before bedtime. This includes dishes, clothes, and shoes, as well as makeup brushes and hair products. If things aren’t cleaned up before going to sleep, they’ll only add stress in the morning when all you want is peace and quiet.

Prepare breakfast and snacks ahead of time so you don’t have to worry about them when rushing out the door in the morning. This way if something happens during the day that prevents you from eating, you’ll still have something to eat. Some good breakfast ideas include cereal or oatmeal and fruit, bagels or toast with peanut butter and jelly, or eggs.

Set four alarms.

You might think that there’s no point in setting multiple alarms because one will do just fine but there are two reasons why this isn’t true. First, if you’re not used to waking up early, it may take some time for your body to adjust so that it recognizes the sound of an alarm as a signal for waking up. Second, if your first alarm goes off at 6:30 a.m., maybe you’ll be tempted to turn it off and go back to sleep; if there’s another one set for 6:45, then it’s less likely that you’ll give in this way.

Go to sleep early.

This is one of the best ways to improve your mornings. Go to bed earlier than usual (even if it’s just half an hour earlier) so you can wake up earlier without feeling rushed or stressed out about getting everything done before work starts or school starts or whatever else you need to do on any given day. By going to bed early, you’ll also allow yourself more time during the evening hours for relaxation, which is important for staying healthy and happy.

Eat a good breakfast.

Another great way to start off each day is with a healthy breakfast, preferably one that includes protein from eggs or yogurt or something else along those lines (some people like to have a protein shake in the mornings or a nutrient-packed smoothie). When you eat breakfast, especially one that includes protein, you are setting yourself up for success.

Not only will it give you energy, but it will help keep your blood sugar levels stable throughout the day (thereby reducing cravings and helping you stay on track with healthier food choices).