This post features content from my How to Create A Successful Morning e-book, which you can get for free, by subscribing to my e-mail posts.
Wake up at the same time every day. I know many of us use an alarm clock, to wake up for our work days, but not on the weekends. Your body is not a big fan of ups and downs, and craves stability. Use your alarm and wake up the same time every day. Once your body gets used to this, you’ll thank me later.
Would this require you going to bed at the same time every day? I recommend doing that, to get the ample amount of restful sleep every day. I know that life doesn’t always provide for this opportunity. You have guests from out of town, so you’ll stay up late. Or you have tickets to that sold out concert or sporting event. By no means am I suggesting you miss out on those things. On the contrary, I’d suggest taking time off of work to do those things. Please don’t have your boss e-mail me on that one. I know that I’m a better employee when I’m rested. My ability to focus improves when I’ve had decent sleep over time.
Plus, doing things that bring you happiness and pleasure. You’re not a robot. When you are happy and rested, you’re a better employee, a better family member, a better lover, a better person for your community.
WANT BETTER MORNINGS?
Do you want a better start to your day? I have a free e-book on six easy steps to a better day, that I personally follow after I experienced a significant health scare. If you would like this free e-book, please click the link below.
Six Steps to a great Morning (Besides coffee)