Honestly, my dogs I know you're looking for a more thought provoking answers. But they're what actually gets me up and going.
after seeing the clock that its 12 afternoon and half of the day is passed
As with LSpel, my dog.
She has an internal alarm clock that doesn't let me sleep past 7am at the latest! Wish I could say it was my fabulous career or a genuine zest for life, but it's not.
Unfortunately the alarm clock during the weeks and then the thought of breakfast! I am hungry the moment I open my eyes! And that is lucky, otherwise it had been difficult no matter how many alarm clock I had!
The thought of being able to help someone else in getting what they want. To be able to help them achieve what they thought was just not possible for them is a great enough feeling to wake up every morning.
Most days it's a swelled bladder - otherwise I would lie there for another hour or so.
It never stands still and it makes me get out of bed every morning
Obligation to my family. Sometimes I feel so tired and so burned out that I just want to stay in bed all day. But life goes on, there are bills to pay and mouths to feed!
get to see my smiling kids and they are so happy in the morning!
by Linda Chechar 8 years ago
I do because it makes the bedroom look nice and I like to crawl into a tidy bed at night.
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 8 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 dailytop10 7 years ago
What's the first thing you do every morning?
by Cynthia 2 years ago
I wake up at 0420 almost every morning. Why would this be?My alarm is set for 0530.
by Mark Johann 5 years ago
Do you go for a walk every morning?Morning is the best time to exercise for the whole days work but of course difficult to get up.
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