I don't have an alarm clock. I wake up, check the clock to see if it is time to get up, and get out of bed. That's the full extent of it.
I don't need an alarm clock. I'm a morning person and I typically wake up at around 5 a.m. every morning, rain or shine, weekday or weekend and as soon as I wake up, I get up.
Think I must be a morning person too. When I wake up my head is full of everything that I need to do. It's easier to get up than to lay there thinking about it all!
by Lor's Stories 6 years ago
Do you need an alarm to wake you up?Now that we are a 24/7 society, do you rely on an alarm to wake you up or do you wake up naturally?
by Ania L 7 years ago
What gets you out of the bed in the morning except of your alarm clock?What is the reason you don't stay there for longer and have a good rest?
by Christopher Wanamaker 7 years ago
How Many Times Do You Hit the Snooze Button on Your Alarm Clock?If its more than once, why? Does it really help you wake up?
by bonece1123 5 years ago
I woke up and saw 5:55 on my alarm clock and I was having a crazy dream and I see 11:11 EVERY...DAY and i was born 11/23 and i see 11:23 everyday can u help me
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
What is the first thing you see when you wake up?
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
Subconscious clock: Why can some people regularly wake up moments before the alarm clock rings?How can you set your subconscious clock? or is it something else?
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