10 ways to make getting up early easier

At university this was a massive struggle for me, still to this day I work better at 2am in the morning so end up struggling to get out of bed before 9.30-10.30.

I find getting up earlier generally makes you more productive through-out the day, here are a few tips I’ve picked up on the way to waking up a little earlier each day:

  • Drink water before bed – it helps your body rejuvenate & drinking a glass when you first wake up kickstarts your body

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  • SleepCycle iOS / Android – App tracks your sleep pattern and wakes you up when you’re in a light sleep
  • Turn off that phone at night – notifications/blue screens etc will ruin your sleep pattern
Problem with these alarms is you soon end up taking out the batteries or throwing it away

Problem with these sort of alarms is you soon end up taking out the batteries or throwing it away

  • Schedule important calls / plans early in the day

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  • Plan an awesome breakfast – Cookies and Milk spring to mind but guess we should recommend something healthy like a fresh juice
  • Get a good nights sleep, go to bed early, ensure you’re in complete darkness.
  • Setup machines to kickstart your day with fresh coffee or a full breakfast
If anyone finds a UK seller of this let us know immediately!

Yes this alarm turns on a halogen light, which cooks bacon, which is therefore the best alarm clock ever. If anyone finds a UK seller of this let us know immediately!

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