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What Perks Up your Mornings?

I love mornings!  Provided there isn't a super typhoon, I relish each and every precious minute of the start of a new day.  Admittedly, I'm more productive, more alert and I do my best work in the early morn.  To each his own I guess, and as such, people and colleagues would ask me the secret for my early morning energy.

No secret really, I just adhere to a very simple motto...


True, life can be mundane.  We can't all be superstars and action heroes with excitement here and there.  But life can still be awesome if we just change our perspectives.  Do your ordinary work in the most extraordinary way and you'll be amazed at how much more interesting and better the world is.

This has been my motto since college and now I'm sharing it with you.  Start your day even better with a DOLE® banana.  Packed with vitamins and minerals, its the best morning treat to give you the energy to last throughout the day! 

Hope you have the most extraordinary day!!!  =)

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If you have a morning motto that you want to share, then join DOLE® 's Banana Morning Motto contest and get the chance to win Zumba classes and The Spa GCs every week


TO JOIN:

1. Write down your morning motto on your DOLE® banana.


2. Take a photo and upload it at the DOLE® Morning Motto application located at their Facebook page.

View my entry here.

Be sure to tag at least 5 friends!  =)


Join now and be part with the rest of the nation in inspiring others to have a positive morning!  (Just like these people.)


How's that to start your day?  =)

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For more inquires, please view the DOLE® Fresh Philippines facebook page here.

Comments

  1. I'm not a morning person but I love your motto! I hope I can adhere to it. :)

    Btw, thanks for sharing this promo. I already have zumba cds but I think trying a group class is more fun! :D

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  2. @Karla: Thanks! Try joining the contest. You might win the free Zumba class GC. =)

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