“If you don’t challenge yourself, you will never realize what you can become.”
Are you naturally an early bird who wakes up early and ready to go? Or, are you a night owl who often sleeps late in the morning?
Adopting good morning routines is a strong predictor of higher productivity, having a positive mood, and better using those soft skills like coping strategies we work so hard to master. Getting up at a consistent time each morning also helps your overall sleep as you are then more tired at night and can fall asleep more easily.
A start to getting up on time each day is setting your alarm clock and then 5-4-3-2-1, get up! Skip the snooze button and get your day started. Check out the How to Set Up an Alarm Clock support if you need added information to get going on this step.
Whether you use an alarm clock currently or are working on this step, share a picture of your alarm clock whether it’s your phone, an app, your watch, or a more traditional alarm clock, and share one word that best describes you in the morning! Submit your picture and one word description through June 24th.