Train Yourself To Wake Up In The Morning

Can't Wake Up In The Morning? We Can Help!

Do you have a hard time waking up in the morning? I believe it was Ben Franklin who said;

"Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise."

I am pretty sure this works for women too! Anyway, I am not wealthy or wise, but I do feel better when I get up early in the morning, and I feel good when I have to be somewhere in the morning and get up in time to do the things I need to do and to get ready, without running around like the proverbial chicken (with his head cut off).

Now don't feel like you are alone with your issue of having problems getting up in the morning. Millions of people around the world struggle with this, and believe it or not, I was one of them until I started using some of the tips I'm going to share with you in this article. Hopefully, some of these tips will work for you, and you can start waking up on time and feeling your best. Imagine what you could do if you could wake up an hour earlier every day?

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Basic first steps to waking up in the morning

1. The first and most important tip is to get a good nights sleep. That doesn't necessarily mean a lot of sleep but quality sleep with no distractions, a comfortable bed, and comfortable clothing.

2. Do something active as soon as your alarm goes off whether it is standing up, drinking a glass of water or getting in the shower.

3. Set your alarm clock out of arms reach, It becomes much harder to hit snooze if you can't reach the alarm. Check out this funny article about an alarm clock that every time you hit snooze you donate money to your most hated charity

4. Have a reason for waking up early if not it will be hard to find motivation to wake up.

Have A Good Reason To Get Up In The Morning

What's your passion? What gets you excited? It may sound simplistic, but the answers to these questions are great motivators to wake up in the morning. You might not be excited about going to work or school, but if you're into a craft, or exercise, or even video games, why not wake up 30 minutes early and work on that activity before you start working on things you don't want to do?

I don't know about you, but I am certainly not motivated to rise and shine if I am facing a day filled with things I don't want to do. I happen to be into exercise and a little gaming here and there, so I try to get up earlier than I need to so I can do some FUN things before I tackle the unpleasant stuff. If you work a little at this, you can trick your mind into putting aside thinking about tasks you're dreading, and just thinking about getting up to have a little fun. Get really good at it, and every day is a weekend! Okay, sort of...

Alarm clock on wheels for the real heavy sleeper

Practice waking up

Don't laugh this really works

If you want to be good at anything in life you have to practice and waking up is not exception. What do I mean by practice waking up? This is what you need to do. Setup your room or wherever you sleep just like it would be in the morning, put on the clothes that you normally sleep in and set your alarm clock for a couple minutes from now. Then crawl in bed, close your eyes like you are going to sleep and wait for the alarm to go off. As soon as it goes off sit up and get out of bed. Do this several times to get your body used to getting up as soon as it hears the alarm. I know this sounds goofy but it works.

The Sonic Boom Alarm Clock - For Those That Need A Marching Band To Wake Them Up!

Do you know the difference between a heavy sleeper and a HEAVY sleeper? For those of you who think the only difference between the two in the last sentence is the all caps, well, you have never met MRS. Kimark421 (My better half). She's a little better than she used to be, but unfortunately the "used to be" her could sleep through the Ohio State marching band performing in our bedroom.

So, what do we do when she needs to wake up and I am not there to shove her out of bed? Well, we have the "Sonic Boom Alarm Clock". Not only is this alarm clock LOUD, it shakes the bed too. I am sure there are folks out there that are heavier sleepers than the missus, but I am convinced that you would have to be in a coma for the Sonic Boom Clock to not work on you.

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Does waking up early help to become more successful in life?

Do you believe that the successful people in life wake up early or do they sleep in and get more done at night

Do you have to wake up early in the morning to be successful?

Absolutly sleeping in is for slackers

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anonymous 3 years ago

early is relevant; i.e if I have to roll out of bed and run out the door.. not successful, and time of day is of no consequence. I happen to work at a job that is a day job, so 'early' means I have taken care of myself and I am prepared. That is my struggle.

anonymous 3 years ago

Either/or works, I suppose, as long as you expend your time on the activity you want accomplished at any hours, equally. My 'gut' feeling tells me: "Absolutely sleeping in is for slackers", yet I'm not fully sold on that estimate. All in all, it's hard telling.

Incidentally, the word "Absolutely" in the sentence "Absolutely sleeping in is for slackers", is misspelled. You've inconvenienced me with your silly questions, so there. =P

anonymous 3 years ago

i guess i have school

anonymous 3 years ago

I completely believe that waking up early is better. My problem is I am a terrible sleeper and by the time morning comes I am finally getting good rest so getting ut of bed is a STRUGGLE o matter what is ahead of me!

meganst 3 years ago

Yes, I find that waking up early is essential for success. However, I am not a morning person myself, so I find it essential to train myself to wake up early in the morning :)

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anonymous 4 years ago

Only because it is before the kids can get to me.

anonymous 4 years ago

Yep, you do.

anonymous 4 years ago

no matter how much it hurts to say this but the early bird does get the worm aka the dollas

ismeedee 4 years ago

I certainly feel like I've done more in a day when I've got myself out of bed at a decent time!

fivestead 4 years ago

Its the natural clock of society so it helps waking up early. Sleeping in tends to put you on a counter clock with everyone else and life in general, but don't get me wrong, sleeping is refreshing and once in a while sleeping in is great.

anonymous 4 years ago

Yes i think to get up early is the best thing to give a start to the day.For which i am still trying i wish i could

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anonymous 4 years ago

MY POINT OF VIEW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! really to be known.

yeah, absolutely because waking early in the morning makes us feel good as all of us know though it is difficult.Our brain takes a long time to restore all its powers which is utilized during the day .The sleep hours may differ for everyone.Some may have a heavy physical work and some may give work only to their brain a lot.But everyone should at least, lie on your bed compulsory for 8 hours.In this 8 hours ,it is the brain who decides your sleep.Don't worry if u don't get it.If u are not getting sleep it is because of your work.So after 8 hours of sleep when u wake up u feel brilliant .WAKE , GET SOME FRESH AIR , DO EXERCISE FEEL GOOD.Mostly,in the early morning u get more memory power which makes your day successful and as the day becomes successful your life becomes more sweeeeeeeeeeeet and successful.

anonymous 4 years ago

I think it's important to get the most out of your day. It's not so much what time you get up in the morning but, being on time for the things you have scheduled in your life and accomplishing them. However, being up early in the am gives you and an advantage.Bing prepared the night before even more so.

anonymous 4 years ago

I say yes, because if you wake up late (at least this is what happens to me) i am rushing to finish up and get ou the door, get all my stuff together, make it on time. Then I end uo forgetting something and either I needed it really bad or wanted it really bad and then either way I am mad or irritated. In order to be successful you need to be (at least I believe) you need to be organized, on time, planned, prepared, ready to take chances and risks in order to get where you want to go...

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    No way! Waking up is for old people I can get just as much done at night

    HappyTom LM 3 years ago from Switzerland/Ecuador

    That depends very much. But of course when you wake up every day at 11.....

    I think a good time is 8. Not too early not too late.... just right I think :)

    anonymous 3 years ago

    becoz my 10th board exams nearing so i wanna get up soon as possible

    jimporsche86 4 years ago

    If I wake up anything before 7 am I end up feeling as if I am coming down with the flu, anything after 7:30 I am fine. Morning people being more successful, I cannot say.

    anonymous 4 years ago

    Even though waking up early makes you feel good all day long

    anonymous 4 years ago

    Even though waking up early makes you feel good all day long

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    anonymous 4 years ago

    Put it this way. If I was successful person,and knew that get up five o clock in the morning will boost my bank account I would be up and running quarter to every day inc. Sundays.

    audrey07 4 years ago

    I thin it depends on whether you are a morning person or a night owl. Some people are more productive in the morning while others work better at night. So, I think there is no hard and fast rule on this one.

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    anonymous 4 years ago

    depends on what you consider early? cause what's thepoint getting up so damn early just wait till 11 you got plenty of day left and won't be tired till late evening, not headed to bed with the sin

    anonymous 4 years ago

    Well, it's not for old people. But I feel like if I have a lot to do, I should wake up early.

    anonymous 4 years ago

    I get more done at night and sleep in !

    anonymous 4 years ago

    i feel like when i wake up early the day just drags on and on and on...

    anonymous 4 years ago

    And sorry,,,, It does depend on people's life style too I am also a business women, mom, fiancé/wife nearly a wife so I look after my hubby to be, my daughter, and a business well and then Squidoo :) which I adore. I hate sleeping in until 11am sometimes 12 or very rare for me 1pm but you can't bare to understand if you not going through bad neighbours. I complained to them, to landlords/council and there aint a thing you can do event he police! It exausting.

    anonymous 4 years ago

    I have had six years of awful neighbours, and bad landlords who wont have words with them. I and my daughter have no sleep for six years. When she was a baby its fine and I understand that because our neighbours not being quite late at night and I have had five several different neighbours. At one point I lived in my last flat and my landlord had also the flat bellow who some one occupied and they were a vile!!! They were really loud from around 6pm right through until the next morning. Kept me and my daughter up all night. They even had the oradasity to complain about my daughter's noise in the DAY! oh my days and considering I had been complaining to my landlord for MONTHS, from December 2011 - around May 2012! about their constant loud baby cries yes their baby cries, they were adults.. (doesn't bother me in day) but I do think they had slight disabilities though he worked she went to college and they seemed not to be that bad that they did not understand what they were doing wasn't fare on me and my family. He would slam doors and shout at his mrs 12am, 1am when ever. They have a laugh from late at night through to 5am underneath us and I got so angry because he complained about US, but they were vile and selfish so in the end I found out the womens name who had helped get them the flat and she got it because she had told my landlord to have words with me and col but he would not tell this women about the rubbish life we were having thanks to them. I used to be a great sleeper and wake up around 9am with out any alarm. I found it easy to get up. I have also found through lack of sleep I pick!!! So I've piled 2 stones on and now have to get this off. Its not my age Im still only young it is having bad neighbours for this amount of years. Six years is long time and its not always easy to get routines back. I fought for my routine and my childs. I also have lost mom in august, and have an ex from hell who is an abuser so really I did not need tha on top but I will survive with this wonderful Lens.!!

    mecheshier 4 years ago

    Great lens. Ask I get older I find it harder to get up early... You have some wonderful suggestions that i will give a try.

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    Seo-Thomas 4 years ago I think most would choose to sleep in if not for their kids up bright and early

    Flowerchild1946 4 years ago from Florida

    Not necessarily. Some people are naturally more active at night.

    WriterJanis2 4 years ago

    I'm a night owl and do most of my work then. I feel much better sleeping in when I can.

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      Get rid of coffee to help wake up in the morning
      Get rid of coffee to help wake up in the morning

      Coffee and how it affects your sleep

      Do you drink coffee first thing in the morning to wake up? Well you may be surprised to find out that your morning cup of joe may be the reason your not sleeping well at night. Caffeine can stay in your blood for over 12 hours and keep your body from getting the quality nights sleep it need. If you want to do a little experiment try not drinking coffee for one week and see if you wake feeling better by the end of the week. I know it sounds crazy a whole week without coffee but give it a try you'll be glad you did.

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      Othercatt 6 years ago

      We actually have two alarm clocks. One is in the bedroom, but it's placed across the room from the bed, so we have to get up to turn it off. And just in case we end up back in the bed, there's another alarm clock in the next room.

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      hayleylou lm 6 years ago

      Having kids means no more lie ins :)

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      felixthecat12b lm 6 years ago

      Commercial Alarm Clocks Don't work for me...VOLUME IS TOOO LOW. I use a free online alarm clock ( THE SOUND IS SOOO ANNOY AND I still don't get up right away. Oye vay

      anonymous 6 years ago

      Hey, I also use

      Been using this site for YEARS and years now and it always wakes me up. I don't think I'll ever need to buy another alarm clock as long as I live!

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      MargoPArrowsmith 6 years ago

      My Dad used to always just say what time you are going to wake up. I never believed him, but now I do it and it works! Of, course, I usually wake up at 5 am, which is long before I ever have to do anything....

      anonymous 6 years ago

      I'm truly horrible in the mornings. I've tried alarm clocks that run around the room on crazy wheels and alarm clocks that fly around the room like mini helicopters. I'm ashamed to admit nothing works for me...I simply like my bed too much :o)

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      RascalO 6 years ago

      the worst tip I've ever had is go to be earlier. Whaaa? I'm still waiting ofr a good tip, I'll read on. Thanks.

      anonymous 5 years ago

      Putting the alarm out of reach works wonders.

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      bames24 lm 5 years ago

      I used to use an alarm but my dogs do a better job of waking me up... :)

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      AngelDey 5 years ago

      I tried putting the alarm clock across the room. That worked at first but then I started getting up, turning it off and going back to bed. The distractions in the night are the problem for me but if I try earplugs, then I can't hear the alarm. I'm doomed. :)

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      greenwich lm 5 years ago

      Even though I get up early I find the alarm hard to turn off if I've has a poor nights sleep.

      anonymous 5 years ago

      I have discovered this recently and it works for me an absolute treat. I have an electric heater connected to a plug-in timer. I programme the heater to come on at maximum about 30 mins before I want to get up. By the time I need to get up my room is like sauna and I don't feel like staying in my bed at all. I put on my track-suit and go out for my run. I had to share this with some people because it's really helped me.

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      ClassyGals 5 years ago from Pittsburgh

      Lots of coffee helps me start the day.

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      sponias lm 5 years ago

      I hate waking up early in the morning. I always had trouble waking up early in my life. I used to have three alarm clocks. I also used to remember a cartoon with the pink panther destroying an alarm clock with a hammer whenever I heard the alarm clock and I had to get up. Fortunately, now I donât need to wake up early in the morning; I can follow my own program. Wish I had found your lens when I was young! Blessed.

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      reasonablerobby 5 years ago

      I'm up in 5 hours time, so I'll let you knw :)

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      alicia65 5 years ago

      set my alarm early for better preparation.

      areamarketing 5 years ago

      Even though I hate waking up..I am always excited and feel blessed to have another day of life.

      anonymous 4 years ago

      I set three alarms. one on my phone, one on my stove and one on my alarm clock. Getting up and going to the bathroom after drinking water through the night helps me also.

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      Ninche 4 years ago

      I have a dog who enters into my bedroom EVERY morning at 6:30, no matter what...and I put alarm on my cell phone :)

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      cynthiannleighton 4 years ago

      When I've got something "important" that I might worry about whether I'd get up or not I generally set up back up alarms.

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      sukkran trichy 4 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      having good reasons to wake up early and to do things is a half success on becoming an early riser. Find an interesting reason that can light a burning desire within you. automatically you will be an early riser.

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      sunny saib 4 years ago

      I've always been against alarm dependency. Everyone should try to get rid of this, I bet it's much healthier without them.

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      Wedding Mom 4 years ago

      I usually have a hard time waking up in the morning but I do try to place my alarm clock far from me.

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      gamrslist 4 years ago

      i hate waking early when im in the UK its not cool well it is its always freezing but i wake early when im in Philippines morning are more inviting

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      Diva2Mom 4 years ago

      You have to set goals and really tell yourself you must get up and accomplish it. Routine and training that internal clock is also crucial. If you can't seem to manage it for whatever reason, seek help from friends or relatives to influence and pressure the situation enough to get back on track.

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      Diva2Mom 4 years ago

      Oh yeah, I forgot, sometimes I ask my guardian angel to help me get up at a certain time, and wouldn't you know it, I get up right on time, to the second, any later and I would have been late! God bless.

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      RadaFrancis LM 4 years ago

      I quit drinking coffee and any caffeinated drinks and I feel soooo much better now! I used to drink 3 cups per day and I felt like I was a slave to while while still being tired all the time. I am a brand new person and I love it.

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      gottaloveit2 4 years ago

      I just leave the drapes open at night and let the morning light wake me naturally. I've never used an alarm clock. Blessed!

      anonymous 4 years ago

      my alarm seems to wake every body in the house but me and that's because i sleep late at night. So when i started sleeping at 8pm i wake up at 6am.

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      Jogalog 4 years ago

      My baby wakes me at the moment - I'd love to sleep instead!

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      viscri8 4 years ago

      yes, I want to be trained to wake up in the mornings. As it is I am waking up mostlu during the night and then I can't sleep.

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      NostalgicTimes 4 years ago

      I set in multiple alarms on my cell phone (to ring every 10 or 15 minutes apart).

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      Jo-Jackson 4 years ago

      The cat is my self-appointed alarm clock. He jumps on the pillow and pushes against my face until I get up. It works for me but I would rather he let the alarm clock do its job.

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      flinnie lm 4 years ago from Alabama USA

      I have a problem sleeping so, I am all way up early. You don't want this.

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      kabbalah lm 4 years ago

      I need my coffee in the morning.

      Doc_Holliday 4 years ago

      With regular sleep my internal body clock works well. But changing time zones throws me out for a few weeks.

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      mariacarbonara 4 years ago

      get into a routine of sleeping for exactly the same amount of time every day. The body loves routine.

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      cmadden 4 years ago

      Even when I'm up late, I will awaken to an alarm clock; unfortunately, I also awaken to a variety of sounds in the night.

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      David Stone1 4 years ago from New York City

      I have cats. I never use an alarm clock.

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      Flowerchild1946 4 years ago from Florida

      When I get into bed, I tell myself what time I want to wake up, and I usually wake up right around that time.

      johnsja 4 years ago

      My son could do with some of your advice.

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      AcornOakForest 4 years ago from Western Wisconsin

      I had a teacher in high school who said when the alarm went off he would leap out of bed and say "It's going to be a great day!" He said it worked but I usually can't drum up enough morning energy for that. Thanks for the suggestions!

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      LittleLindaPinda 4 years ago from Florida

      Having something exciting to do.

      anonymous 4 years ago

      Well aside from skipping the coffee, pretty much all of the suggestions above would work for me! =)

      anonymous 4 years ago

      Setting your alarm for a couple of different times helps. Such as, setting it for 6:00 and 6:05. That way if you hit snooze, there will be another alarm to wake you up.

      MemoryMistress 4 years ago

      Set a number of alarms to go off and drink water as soon as your up.

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      AstroGremlin 4 years ago

      Have a reason to get up in the morning -- a project or a job -- and put your alarm clock out of reach.

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      NibsyNell 4 years ago

      Yeah I'd agree with AstroGremlin: put your alarm clock far away so you're forced to get out of bed!

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      Just4Luck 4 years ago from Slovenija

      I have alarm clock so far i have to wake up and stand up to set it off. This works best for me.

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      BritFlorida 4 years ago from Fort Lauderdale

      That's great info - thank you!

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      athomemomblog 4 years ago from Guatemala

      I recommend having a baby. That wakes you up like nothing else. And several times during the night, too! In fact, it is currently 3 am and I'm writing this because my 10 month old is wide awake. :P

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      rasnasah 4 years ago

      Great informative lens.

      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have an automatic coffee maker that entices me in the morning with lovely smells.

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      CoolFool83 4 years ago

      I definitely struggle to get up in the morning. Really nice lense.

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      JeffGilbert 4 years ago

      A lot of good info here. Nice lens.

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      katiecolette 3 years ago

      Sorry, don't have any :( I have the toughest time getting out of bed in the morning. I do get up early because I have to, but I really would rather sleep in.

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      meganst 3 years ago

      Motivation... if don't have a strong reason for getting up early, I never do it and sleep in. So, to force myself out of the warm, comfy bed I need to have a strong motivation, something I can't wave off with the words "Nah, it can wait a couple more hours" ...

      anonymous 3 years ago

      @athomemomblog: Very cute! =P

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      HappyTom LM 3 years ago from Switzerland/Ecuador

      As said before motivation is very important to get up! Also I think a reason to get up:) I am always happy to get up because I know that soon I gonna drink my morning coffee....

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        Othercatt 6 years ago

        Hi. Great lens! I'm going to take your advice and practice waking up (but let's just keep that to ourselves. lol). Keep up the good work.

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        PNWtravels 6 years ago from Wandering the Pacific Northwest USA

        Interesting topic for a lens and well done!

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        hayleylou lm 6 years ago

        Good subject. Thumbs up :)

        anonymous 6 years ago

        I just got the yawns, I must need to get more sleep.

        Personally know people who wake up at a certain time every morning on their own,

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        poptastic 6 years ago from Quezon City

        Waking up early earns me more daylight time so I highly recommend it too! These are excellent tips and I agree with you about coffee. I now drink green tea in the morning and I feel so much more refreshed throughout the day than I did when I drank coffee.

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        sorana lm 6 years ago

        Nice and funny lens. I like the 'waking up exercise' ... lol ... Congrats on reaching level 32 ... I did it too. See you on level 33 :).

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        pixelposy 6 years ago

        I read about a study where night owls tend to be the ones with higher IQs... but I've also read those that wake early tend to be more productive.

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        RascalO 6 years ago

        I like the practice idea, that sounds helpful, I'm going to give it a try. Thanks.

        anonymous 5 years ago

        THis is really weird having 2 guestbooks. Am I dreaming?

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        squid-pinkchic18 5 years ago

        Great lens, very helpful!!

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        Harshitha LM 5 years ago

        Good tips. I need to commit to waking up early

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        christopherlee lm 5 years ago

        Sleep is very important, unless we have proper sleep, otherwise it would be a struggle to wake up early in the morning, that will lead to poor health and memory lost.

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        AngelDey 5 years ago

        I think I will try the drinking a glass of water first thing to see if that will help. I noticed when I actually leave my room and rub water on my face and eyes I feel more alert, but I'm not in the habit of leaving my room yet. Maybe a glass of water next to my bed will allow me to do this and get me up.

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        sponias lm 5 years ago

        Your suggestions are quite helpful. I read your lens only because waking up early always was a problem in my life. I had many adventures trying to find smart excuses for delaying again, or trying to find ways to hide the fact that I was late again.

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        greenmind 5 years ago

        Hey nice lens -- gonna try this!

        JoshK47 4 years ago

        Great lens - I've trained myself recently to wake up much earlier than I used to, now I wake up when I want to 9/10 of the time. Blessed by a SquidAngel!

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        Winter52 LM 4 years ago

        I don't think that I have ever had that problem for some reason. If anything, I will wake up a good half hour before I need to be up. Sometimes I wish I could ignore it.

        antoniow 4 years ago

        Great lens, well done. Squidlike

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        cynthiannleighton 4 years ago

        Good job! Nice idea for a lens.

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        Diva2Mom 4 years ago

        Brings up a great topic and I bet you get a lot of traffic, as all of us have struggled with getting up in the morning. Thanks for making it, God bless.

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        mueedahmad 4 years ago

        A good advice for the lazy persons. Awesome lens.

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        SailingPassion LM 4 years ago

        good advice - thanks

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        Joy Neasley 4 years ago from Nashville, TN

        I was married to a military man. Getting up early comes with the job. However, I have never had to use an alarm clock. It's funny. I just seem to know when to get up, whether I am getting up at 5:00am or 10:00am. Don't ask me how, I seem to have some sort of internal clock that tells me when it is the time that I am planning to get up.

        anonymous 4 years ago

        I try to get up early TOMORROW.

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        artbyrodriguez 4 years ago from Albany New York

        When I had to get up at 4:30 A.M., that was a real problem. Now I have the luxury to get up when I want, no alarm.

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        flinnie lm 4 years ago from Alabama USA

        Now that I am retired no alarm needed. I like your tips.

        webmavern 4 years ago

        Thanks for sharing these tips, I'll give some of them a try. I love the Snoopy alarm clocks!

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        RoadMonkey 4 years ago

        Some great info and ideas here. Love the one about practising getting up!

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        David Stone1 4 years ago from New York City

        Smart, well-informed lens. Something to consider is first sleep and second sleep. Some of us get up after only a few hours, go about our business, then return for another sleep. It keeps you refreshed. And it's not just alertness that matters. Your body schedules biological activities for times when you are not active. You have to give it time for those those things or we get that odd feeling of being out of synch and dragging while our rhythms try to make up for rest lost.

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        JJNW 4 years ago from USA

        OH! It's the Snoopy alarm clock that's missing! Lol. Great tips. Thanks.

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        ElizabethJeanAl 4 years ago

        Great info. Love the Snoopy clock

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        Seo-Thomas 4 years ago

        Great concept. This lens rocks. I learned to harness my body clock by working a graveyard shift job. Think it aged me a few years.

        aussiejon 4 years ago

        Great lens, waking up is something i struggle with everyday, takes me the best part of an hour to feel human

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        dotpattern 4 years ago from West Village, New York City

        Sunlight alarm clocks are the best way to wake up, or just waking to the rising sun. Some people wake up at 2AM to get some thinking done while the world is quiet, then back to sleep again.

        azamkhan760 4 years ago

        nice lens thanks for sharing

        MemoryMistress 4 years ago

        Great lens! It's motivated me to get a good nights sleep and wake up early! Nice work.

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        Eugene9184 4 years ago

        Nice tips I need this !

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        Just4Luck 4 years ago from Slovenija

        Thank you for the tips. Alarm clocks look great too.

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        vpalazis 4 years ago

        Thanks for the tips!

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        WorkSmarter101 4 years ago

        Great lens I wish I had read that last night before I woke up late for work this morning.

        LOL it's a good thing I work from home.

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        anne mohanraj 4 years ago

        Useful tips! Nice lens!

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        WordChipper 4 years ago

        Lots of good time here - thank you

        anonymous 4 years ago

        This is a really fun lens.

        Gala98 3 years ago

        I have no problems getting out of bed - I just need to shift the 1hr of zombie mode after I do! A bear with a very sore head has nothing on me in the morning before I get going! lol

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        HappyTom LM 3 years ago from Switzerland/Ecuador

        A great lens, nice ideas... I enjoyed reading! Thank you so much...

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