You probably know that a good daily routine is important, but what should it look like?Don't fret, we've got you covered!We will show you how to maintain a good daily routine, from starting your mornings to crushing it at school to ending your days on a high note.
Step 1: A good night's rest is what you should get.
You need about 12 hours of sleep per night from the age of 9-13.The required hours are 7 to 9 for ages above 18.One good rule of thumb is that if you wake up refreshed, you will know you've gotten enough sleep.You probably didn't get enough sleep if someone had to wake you up.You should go to bed no later than 8 pm the night before school starts.Your friends might stay up later, but you do most of your brain development while you sleep, so don't sell yourself short by staying up late.Try to maintain a consistent routine even though you might be tempted to sleep in on the weekends.
Step 2: You can use the bathroom.
It's important to empty your bladder first thing in the morning, before you move on to other activities.A bladder infection can be caused by holding a full bladder too long.You need to wipe thoroughly.Never from back to front.Germs from poop can transfer to your vagina if you wipe from back to front.
Step 3: Your face needs to be washed.
Some young people don't need to wash their faces, but as they get older, their face will start to produce an oily substance called sebum.sbex can make your face shiny and greasy, and can be caused by changing hormones.This part of puberty requires an extra step in your daily routine to help care for your face.It's a good idea to use a mild facial cleanser.You can use a face wash that contains benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid to get rid of your skin problems.To protect your skin from sun damage and to replenish the hydration lost when you washed, use a gentle moisturizer with at least an SPF 30.
Step 4: It is a good idea to apply anti-deterrent.
Your hormones will change as you get older, making your sweat smellier.If you don't like the smell, you can use an antiperspirant, which will stop you from sweating as much.If an antiperspirant doesn't give you the protection you want, try a mild, natural one such as Tom's of Maine.
Step 5: Get yourself dressed.
If you have a dress code, abide by it.Make sure your clothes are clean.There are clothes that reflect your personality.Some girls feel a lot of pressure to dress like their friends, or even older girls.If you don't worry about what other people choose to do, you will be happy.Good friends don't force you to dress a certain way.Peer pressure is when you don't need friends in your life.You are loved by your friends the way you are.
Step 6: Your hair should be done.
Whatever you want to do, do it.You can do a variety of things.Make sure you like it, and that it makes you feel good.You and others will feel this feeling as well.
Step 7: Should you apply make-up?
It is common for many girls at this age to experiment with a little make-up, but you don't need to if you have time or not.It's just for fun.Before you wear make-up, talk to your parents.Many parents prefer for their daughters to wait until they are old enough to wear make-up, and some parents make a rule that kids shouldn't wear makeup to school.If your parents allow you to wear make-up, use a small amount at first.It takes time to learn how to apply make-up correctly.Start with lipgloss.You can add a little skin-toned eye shadow after a few weeks.You don't need to wear a full face of make-up and using a bunch of foundation and concealer can make your skin break out in a rash.
Step 8: A healthy breakfast is important.
If you want to focus in school and have the energy to make it to lunch, you should start the day with a healthy breakfast.A healthy breakfast includes fruit and whole grains.Try yogurt with fresh fruit or whole grain cereals.Do not go for pizza with a lot of fat and calories.
Step 9: Make sure you brush your teeth.
Bad breath can be caused by plaque and food particles in your mouth.Your smile is fresh and shiny when you brush it.Most of your teeth are permanent, even though you are losing some baby teeth.It's important to care for these teeth.Use a toothbrush with a soft bristled tooth brush.It's a good idea to spend about 3 minutes brushing your teeth.
Step 10: Go to school with your backpack and lunch.
You don't have to rush out the door if you give yourself plenty of time to get ready.It's important to start your day with a positive attitude.Having a positive outlook and expecting good things to happen can increase your chances of having a good day.
Step 11: It's important to get to your classes on time.
It's important to get into the habit of being a good student, and that means good study habits and good class attendance.Getting to class on time and with the proper supplies.The person takes self-discipline.Your teachers know which students do their best to be in class on time.
Step 12: It is a good idea to eat a healthy lunch.
Some schools have more than one option for lunch.It's important to choose a lunch that will keep you going for the rest of the day, even if you have to bring your own lunch.Try to include all five food groups.Don't forget to drink water as well.
Step 13: The bathroom is where you should visit.
If you don't have a lot of time between classes to use the restroom, you should empty your bladder about once every four hours.Not using the bathroom frequently can cause bladder infections.You could have an accident if you wait too long.If you can, you should go at least once during the school day.
Step 14: Good friends should be maintained.
It's common for girls to have fights with their friends.Be sure that your friends are not making you do things you don't want to do.A girl's personality and interests change as she grows.It's not uncommon for young girls to find that their old friends are no longer a good fit.New friends are more compatible with you than fighting or gossiping.
Step 15: Do your schoolwork after school.
It is common for homework to get more difficult during the middle school years.You may have to ask your parents or older sibling for help.If your home is too noisy to focus, find a quiet place where you can work on your homework after school, such as an office, bedroom, or even the city library.Homework assignments and due dates can be recorded in a planner.A plain notebook will work.The amount of homework you have will only increase in the next couple of years, so it's important to develop your organizational skills now.
Step 16: Get some exercise
You need to plan time in your day to be physically active.Exercise helps to reduce stress and is great for your health.If you don't have a physical education class during the school day, it's important to schedule time for exercise after school.Try to be active for 60 minutes a day.Swimming, dancing, biking, running, even playing tag in the backyard are all activities that fit your personality.
Step 17: It is a good idea to have a healthy meal.
Fueling your body with a variety of foods is important.The biggest meal of the day is dinner.The USDA made it easy to plan a healthy meal using a plate.Half of your plate should be fruits and vegetables and the other half should include grains.You can have a glass of milk or a serving of cheese on the side.Don't drink soda and other sweetened drinks.Milk and water provide the nutrition you need.Salt can be dangerous for your heart if you consume too much of it.If you eat too much or too little, you won't have enough energy to do the things you love.Help your parents cook dinner.Cooking is a very important life skill, and it gives you bonding time with your parent, because you are old enough to learn the basics of cooking and meal preparation.If your family has a cookbook, ask your mom or dad if you can help prepare a few meals each week.
Step 18: Take a shower and wash your face.
As you grow, you will start to produce more sweat and oil, which can lead to odor.You need to bathe or shower every now and then to clean up sweat and oil.After getting sweaty, be sure to shower or bathe as soon as possible.If you have an oily complexion or have done anything to make you sweat, be sure to wash your face.
Step 19: You have to get into bed by the time you get to sleep.
If you wake up the next morning, do it all over again.Some areas need to be rearranged to work with your schedule or family life as you get used to your daily routine.That's okay!Stay healthy, clean, and happy by doing what works for you.
Step 20: Learn about menstruation
You will most likely start your period at some point during your adolescence.Your period is a normal part of growing up for girls, but it can take some getting used to as you adjust your daily routine to incorporate menstrual hygiene.Some girls start their period earlier than others.If you are the last one to get your period, don't worry.Breast budding, pubic hair, and armpit hair are some of the signs that your period will start soon.Within a few months, your period will follow when these things happen.When you first start to menstruate, you might miss months in a row or have more than one period in one month as your body gets used to it.
Step 21: Make a plan for your period.
You need pads in your underwear to absorb the blood when you have a period.If you have blood on your chair, it will stain your underwear and pants.To stay clean and fresh, you have to change the pads frequently.The vagina has a mechanism to absorb blood.Light days of bleeding follow the first day of a period.For the first few months of your period, you might experience little drops of blood, or even bleed a lot.Your "flow" is the amount of blood that comes out.It depends on how heavy your flow is.Until you get used to your flow and know what to expect, you might be most comfortable changing it every hour or two.You might not be prepared for menstruating the first time.Go see the school nurse if it happens at school.They will make sure you get the supplies you need if you tell your parent.
Step 22: Stay out of the way.
You need to make sure that you stay clean and fresh during your period.If you don't clean your menstrual blood off, it can develop a foul odor as it dries on your skin.You should shower daily and change your pad every few hours.It's a good idea to use a mild soap to clean your vagina and bottom.It's not necessary for you to clean inside your vagina.
Step 23: You should be prepared for emotional and physical side effects.
It is common for girls and women to experience other symptoms during the month.Don't be surprised if you experience emotional changes, such as weepiness or mood swings.Tiredness.There are stomach pains, nausea, or headaches.If your symptoms bother you, talk to your doctor, school nurse, or parents about taking medication.