I’ve written about waking up early before. I used to be really good at waking up early before I kind of broke the habit. The joys of waking up early are pretty cool and I love the silence and solitude that goes with it. https://mindexpand.wordpress.com/2014/10/31/the-joys-of-waking-up-earlier-than-usual-and-why-you-should-do-it-too/

In case you need REASONS to start trying to wake up early, I’ve got you covered: https://mindexpand.wordpress.com/2014/08/28/why-you-need-to-wake-up-earlier/

Longreads

I abhor waking up. Every morning, I silence the first of my iPhone’s three alarms (set for 5:30, 5:45, and 6 a.m., thanks to the fact that I work East Coast hours from the West Coast), bend myself reluctantly out of bed, pick crud out of my eyes, and try to convince myself that today is going to be the day I become a morning person. It never works, though—in part, I suspect, because I’ve never learned the proper methods.

The big lesson of wake-up science is that one person’s perfect morning is another person’s hell. (Lady Gaga, for instance, has said that she does five minutes of meditation every morning. If I tried that, I’d be snoozing by minute two.) But with some effort and careful attention to what makes you feel alert and awake, waking up can go from painful to—well, not pleasant, exactly, but certainly tolerable. By…

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