Do you struggle with getting up on time? A lot of popular waking-up-early methods don’t work for everyone. But here are a few pointers for how to get up on time to help you get out of bed earlier!
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These popular wake-up-early methods don’t work for everyone.
But here are a few solid pointers to help you get out of bed earlier!
1 Sleep Patterns Wake up according to your biological clock.
Our sleep consists of light and deep stages.
Our sleep consists of light and deep stages. When you wake up in-between the deep sleep stages so you’ll feel well-rested instead of groggy.
Check out these apps that can help you wake you up at the right time: Sleep as Android Sleep Cycle
2 Build a Routine Another step to silencing the inner lazy voice is to not think.
When your alarm clock rings, get up. No thinking, just get up.
When your alarm clock rings, get up. No thinking, just get up. Start planning out the first few minutes after you wake up. You need to account for every little detail, form peeing to brushing teeth.
But just writing out a task list for the morning likely won’t work. You need an interval timer. Timewinder Seconds
3 Small Changes Make small steps if you want consistent and long- term change in your life.
Make the change so easy it’ll seem harder not to do it.
Make the change so easy it’ll seem harder not to do it. Each day, introduce a new task in your morning routine. Once you get used to it, add another.
Don’t give your inner lazy voice a chance to complain!
4 Keep a Journal Keep track of when you get up each day and compare variables.
A journal can help you figure out what actions influence your sleeping habits.
Reviewing next day’s tasks the evening before could also help you jump out of bed more enthusiastically.
Check out the full blog post written by Heidi Pungartnik, entrepreneur and productivity junkie from Slovenia, on DevelopGoodHabits.com!
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